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Alonso's Singapore F1 engine to be re-used despite crash

Honda has confirmed that Fernando Alonso will not require a new Formula 1 power unit for this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix despite the heavy crash at the start of the previous race in Singapore. Alonso was caught up in the aftermath of the start-line crash involving Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Raikkonen and Max Verstappen in Singapore, with the damage sustained to his McLaren car forcing him to retire from the race. Honda had feared the power unit in Alonso's car had also been damaged, but after conducting checks in the week following the race has deemed it fine to be re-used in Malaysia. "Last time out in Singapore we had mixed fortunes. Fernando was involved in an unfortunate incident...
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