Alonso tells F1 rivals to calm down at Baku

Fernando Alonso has urged his fellow Formula 1 drivers to “calm down” ahead of Sunday’s Azerbaijan GP. Marko confirmed: “We were more careful on the first set of tyres and were attacking only on the second. “Max was well ahead of his previous time, but then Yuki and Sainz crashed and it’s all over,” he told ORF. “If they continue at 120 percent, well beyond their abilities, there will be a lot of safety cars tomorrow,” the 39-year-old Spaniard told DAZN Espana. “The rest of us put our cars in parc ferme until tomorrow morning, but those people put it in the garage, change the whole car and keep the position they had. “That’s the rule, but it’s a bit strange that you can destroy the car, keep the position, change the car completely and not get any penalty.

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