Fernando Alonso has spoken about the incident between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton at the Sao Paulo GP.

Why it matters: The clash of the championship protagonists on lap 48 of the Sao Paulo GP is set to be reviewed later on Thursday.


  • Alonso doubts that the decision will be changed.
  • The Alpine driver admits that he did not have an opportunity to review the incident.

What he had to say:

  • “I guess an incident that is from the past race, nothing should happen now. I don’t know exactly if it was too bad, but the stewards considered that it was no penalty there [in Brazil], [so] it will not be a penalty, I guess, now, and [there’s] nothing more to add.”
  • “I came from Brazil straight here and I was in the gym [or] on the beach on all of these days, so I had no opportunity [to watch it]. But even if I look, honestly, I know there is a hearing or something today, but I will not have an opinion, because it is very different, I think, from time to time, and I don’t know exactly what happened.”

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