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Alonso admits ‘things are a little rough' as he gives verdict on new FIA president

Alpine’s Fernando Alonso has conceded that the stewarding in Formula 1 this year has not been as consistent as he would have liked, but believes that FIA President Mohammed ben Sulayem can mend the situation. Ben Sulayem confirmed changes to race control over the winter following the removal of now former race director Michael Masi amid the controversial season finale in Abu Dhabi last year. Niels Wittich and Eduardo Freitas are taking turns to preside over the race this season, with support coming their way via deputy Herbie Blash and a virtual control room. However, criticism has been aimed in the direction of the governing body for a variety of different reasons throughout the opening...
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