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Alonso paid 'high price' for misunderstanding in Q1

Fernando Alonso says he paid a "high price" for a misunderstanding with his Alpine team in the first segment of qualifying in Barcelona. Alonso failed to make the cut for Q2 after stumbling upon the McLaren of Lando Norris as he prepared for his final run in Q1. The Spaniard had been informed by the Alpine pitwall that he only had little time in hand to cross the start/finish line to begin his final flyer. But in reality, he had a 20-second margin. 2022 Spanish Grand Prix - Qualifying results "It was a misunderstanding in quali," Alonso explained after his Q1 exit. "I started a lap behind Lando thinking that I had one or two seconds margin with the red light. But...
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