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Alonso claims Hamilton drove ‘super well' at 2022 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix

Alpine F1 driver Fernando Alonso has come to the defence of former McLaren team-mate Sir Lewis Hamilton, maintaining that his struggles at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix were not all his fault. Mercedes have had an onerous task addressing the multitude of issues caused by the new technical regulations this season as “porpoising,” tyre warmup, handling and power continue to be a thorn in their side. They introduced an aerodynamic upgrade that they thought might assist them in their quest to eliminate the bouncing but, if anything, it was even more aggressive in Imola. READ: ‘That’s painful’: Alonso frustrated by early season misfortune The result was Hamilton failing to finish...
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