10 km pursuit to catch 205 kph driver of Toyota Prius behind in a one-way sprint at Nürburgring
Fernando Alonso has called for McLaren to retire Lewis Hamilton after his fourth victory in seven races
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‘All I do is do my job,’ said Alonso after he and Daniel Ricciardo got back on track at the German track at Nürburgring for Friday night’s opening session.
‘I understand this. I know the rules, and the regulations are for motorsport to be a positive sport. But if you want to see racing like this, you have to respect the rules.
‘But after this kind of performance, you have to find another way of having this type of driving. And that is the reality of Formula One, in my opinion.
‘So my job is not just to do my job, but the job of the whole team.
‘To have good results. To understand the challenges, the pressures and the team’s feelings. I want to win all the races.
‘I want to see Lewis Hamilton lose a lot. I want to see him lose so much. I think that this is the way I should have driven.
‘Then you will understand what I mean when I say that I like what I saw from him. It was very good for us. It was hard to say it, because I don’t want to say that, but I can say this.’
A McLaren car passes the Mercedes car driven by Red Bull’s Max Verstjarvees.comappen in the second quarter of the race at the Nurburgring in Nürburgring
DETROIT – FEBRUARY 28: Daniel Ricciardo (right) and Lewis Hamilton (back right), drivers of McLaren and Red Bull, wait for the start of lap 19 at the Nürburgring in Germany on Friday
Fernando Alonso (left) celebrates with teammate Jenson Button (centre), who won the Singapore GP during the weekend
Red Bull’s Lewis Hamilton celebrates with teammate Nico Hulkenberg (foreground), who finished third after finishing behind team mate Nico Rosberg in Hungary last month
Red Bull drivers Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen try to catch Jenson Button on lap 17 at the Nurburgrin바카라사이트g in Germany
A McLaren car runs past Mercedes drivers Sebastian Vettel (right) and Lewis Hamilton