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Alonso: Aston Martin season ‘unthinkable' but it still hurts

Fernando Alonso feels what Aston Martin has achieved this season has been unthinkable. Image: Jamey Price/XPB Fernando Alonso has hailed Aston Martin's F1 season as 'unthinkable' given the strides taken in the space of a year, although still felt hurt at the way it subsided following a stunning start. After finishing seventh in the constructors' championship last year, Aston Martin caught everyone by surprise with its AMR23 which helped Alonso to score six podiums in the first eight races as the car proved to be the best of the rest behind Red Bull. As Aston Martin attempted to build on its incredible beginning and further develop the car to remain in the podium hunt, wrong turns were...
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