Mixed messages are emerging from the Ferrari camp, after Fernando Alonso's violent bump over the kerbs in Abu Dhabi.
After the incident, which took place as the Spaniard exited the pits and duelled with Jean-Eric Vergne, Alonso "wore his cap backwards" and attended to his media duties "without any problem".
"All good," added the correspondent for the Spanish sports newspaper, Manuel Franco.
But the bump over the kerbs had triggered the FIA impact alarm aboard Alonso's Ferrari, requiring him to report for a medical checkup.
Auto Motor und Sport, however, said the impact only tipped the scales above the 15G trigger because the sensor was improperly attached to...
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