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Alonso predicts punishment for Leclerc and eyes promotion to podium

Article To news overview © XPB Images Fernando Alonso says he is expecting to see his P5 finish at the British Grand Prix upgraded to P4 after witnessing some controversial defending tactics from Charles Leclerc. Silverstone welcomed a record-breaking attendance for Sunday's race but it was Alonso, behind the wheel of his Alpine, who had the best seat in the house as Leclerc, Lewis Hamilton, Sergio Perez and Carlos Sainz fought it out for the win. Leclerc, left vulnerable on Hard tyres, was forced to do all he could to keep the rest of the pack behind him and changed direction too many times, according to Alonso, when side-by-side with Hamilton. "It was really good at the end. We...
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