In the round-up: Replace “obsolete” qualifying format, says Alonso • Aston Martin report £53m loss • Di Grassi returns to Abt Cupra
Fernando Alonso expressed frustration that one of his radio messages during the Japanese Grand Prix was broadcast on Formula 1’s television feed “out of context.”
Max Verstappen re-established Red Bull as winners at Suzuka, but Sergio Perez struggled. Here are RaceFans’ driver ratings for the Japanese GP.
Following the Italian GP, the 14th round of the F1 season, Lance Stroll trails team mate Fernando Alonso by 123 points in the standings
When Red Bull stumbled, one driver ensured he did not miss his chance to win. Here’s RaceFans’ driver ratings for the Singapore Grand Prix.
In the round-up: Ocon pleased with opportunistic pass on “impatient” Alonso • Piastri “really happy” with 17th to seventh charge • Mercedes junior wins karting title
Fernando Alonso says Aston Martin fell short of their expectations in Singapore, on a track they thought would suit their car.
Fernando Alonso was left wishing he’d capitalised on a poor qualifying session for the Red Bull drivers after taking seventh on the grid for today’s Singapore Grand Prix.
Aston Martin driver Fernando Alonso praised the FIA for how it avoided potentially dangerous situations at the last two race weekends.
Two times world champion at Fernando Alonso believes there isn’t a team on the grid who has matched Red Bull in any competitive element so far this year.
Following the delight of their return to the podium at Zandvoort, Aston Martin endured their least competitive weekend of 2023 so far at Monza.
Monza saw some drivers restricted by their cars, but others still stood out. Here are RaceFans’ driver ratings for the Italian Grand Prix.
Ferrari should not be trailing Aston Martin in the constructors championship given how competitive their car is, says Fernando Alonso.
New FIA Formula 3 champion Gabriel Bortoleto said a 10-minute WhatsApp message from manager Fernando Alonso helped him at a crucial moment.
In the round-up: Alonso sorry to fans after Friday • Pourchaire fastest in farcical F2 qualifying • Goethe gets first F3 pole despite crashing
World champions Max Verstappen and Fernando Alonso have welcomed news Lewis Hamilton will race in F1 until at least the end of 2025.
In the round-up: “Difficult” to overtake Perez – Alonso • Ricciardo in “good hands” with Dr Mir – Stroll • Ganassi signs Lundqvist for 2024
Fernando Alonso returned to the podium for the first time in five races last weekend but is not yet sure Aston Martin are back to their best.
The first race after the break challenged all drivers, rookies to veterans. Here’s RaceFans’ driver ratings for the Dutch Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso says Max Verstappen’s achievements this year deserve respect because he is achieving his potential more regularly than his rivals are.