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Alonso went ‘too far' with Russell ‘brake test'

Mar.25 Fernando Alonso went 'too far' in 'using his elbows' in the dying moments of the Australian GP. That is the view not only of expert pundits, but also the FIA – whose stewards put three penalty points on his F1 superlicense and a 20-second penalty for the scary incident that effectively ended the Melbourne race. Mercedes' George Russell pleaded in terror on the radio for red flags after bouncing back onto the racing line after a heavy crash – arguably caused by Alonso having ‘brake-tested' him. Alonso's long-time friend, and now Aston Martin ambassador, Pedro de la Rosa, criticised the stewards' decision. 'They cannot tell the drivers how to drive,' he insisted....
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