Alonso Defends Racing Tactics Amid Controversial Penalty in Australia F1 Race

Fernando Alonso of Aston Martin F1 received a penalty for erratic driving during the Australian Grand Prix, causing George Russell to crash. Team principal Mike Krack defended Alonso, stating he would never endanger others intentionally. The team chose not to appeal the penalty, as no new evidence was available. The penalty was based on telemetry data showing Alonso’s unusual braking behavior, though his intent could not be determined. This incident highlights the fine line between racing tactics and safety concerns in Formula 1.

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