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Ocon “kills” Fernando Alonso and, moreover, calls him an “idiot” on the radio

Ocon “kills” Fernando Alonso and, moreover, calls him an “idiot” on the radio

alsoAnother new chapter of the war Alonso Ocon in Brazil. The Frenchman, who was attempting the SQ1, stepped hard on the pavement, which was very green due to yesterday’s rain, and lost control of the car. The Alpine collision caused Ocon to hit the tire of Fernando Alonso, who was unable to start in SQ2 and would start (if he could) 15th in the race.

Aside from self-criticism, The Alpine man blamed Alonso and even called him an “idiot” when the car’s on-board camera showed he lost control of the car when he had enough room to take the corner. The more reserved Alonso only explained to the team that he had suffered damage and that Ocon headed straight for him. Once again, Ocon crosses the path of the Spaniard. The photos show that Fernando could do little or nothing to avoid the situation.

In his attempt to justify himself, the French driver said, “People say that I lost the car, and this is not true.” The truth is as is clear in the picture “31” makes the steering wheel turn completely to the right (Alonso’s direction), when the curve is left.

Enemy, in the air

Aston Martin’s mechanics worked overtime during the red flag, but the Spaniard was unable to start in SQ2. Indeed, he got out of the car after parking it in the garage. They will have ‘work’ in the British team’s trunk to tune the Astori’s car for The sprint race, in which he will start from fifteenth position, and the Sunday race, in which he will start from fourth position. Alonso herself commented on the radio after the accident, saying that the car had sustained “severe damage.”

Someone told me that Ocon seemed to have lost the car a bit. One of those wrong situations at the wrong place at the wrong time.

Fernando Alonso after Ocon’s touch

Later, once his heart rate dropped, he went to the press room to evaluate the incident. “There is a lot of damage to both cars. I didn’t watch the replay. Someone told me that Ocon seemed to have lost the car a bit. “One of those wrong places at the wrong time.”Fernando concluded.

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