Like his former Alpine team-mate Esteban Ocon in Bahrain, Alonso picked up a five-second penalty for being out of position at the start, lining up to the left of his third grid slot.
And not unlike Ocon, Alonso was investigated again for not serving his time penalty correctly during his only pitstop.
Minutes after heading to the podium to pick up what would have been his 100th trophy in F1 …Keep reading

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