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Alonso says drivers must always obey team orders

Alonso says drivers must always obey team orders 14 January, 2014 Fernando Alonso with Felipe Massa after the 2010 German GP Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso says drivers are obliged to follow team orders when they are commanded from the pit gantry. Alonso was asked by a young wannabe journalist if 'you have ever received a team order you did not responded to?' Alonso replied, 'No. Normally when the team says something you must obey, because they have all the information and know what's going on.' 'You can ask them on the radio why you have to do something [they request] to try and understand the order, but you must always obey,' added the Spaniard. Famously at the 2010 German GP Alonso's...
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