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Alonso expects talks over ‘unfair’ qualifying rule

Fernando Alonso expects talks are imminent over Formula 1's future approach to drivers who trigger red flags in qualifying. Charles Leclerc has now secured pole position in back-to-back races due to red flags cutting Q3 short. In Monaco, it was Leclerc himself who crashed on his final flying lap, causing Q3 to be ended prematurely. As a result, Leclerc was confirmed as pole-sitter having held P1 at the time of his incident. And the situation repeated itself at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Again, the Ferrari driver was on provisional pole and this time Q3 crashes for Yuki Tsunoda and Leclerc's team-mate Carlos Sainz led to the session being red-flagged. This secured pole position for Leclerc...
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