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Alonso to start US GP from the back with new PU

Alpine has opted to fit Fernando Alonso’s car with a full new Power Unit for this weekend’s United States Grand Prix. As a result, the Spaniard will start Sunday’s race from the rear of the field as he has exceeded the penalty-free allocation for the season. Alpine has swapped in a fourth internal combustion engine, […]
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