Athletistic/Formula 1. Spaniard Fernando Alonso, two-time world champion and Aston Martin driver, commenting on his unsuccessful performance at the Singapore Grand Prix, admitted that he was racing in a damaged car.
“We need to understand what happened. We had damage and we need to understand how it happened. There was a problem with the fairing of one of the suspension elements. We don’t know how This happened, but we noticed it during the test pit stop.” — Motorsport Italia quotes Alonso as saying.
In the individual competition, the Spaniard dropped to intermediate fourth place, losing to seven-time world champion and Mercedes driver, Briton Lewis Hamilton.
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