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Alonso reacts wittily to Verstappen's statements

Fernando Alonso will start Sunday's race in Canada behind Max Verstappen. While the Dutchman jokingly called him "old" in the press conference, Alonso can stand this humor and even decided to add a dash to it in front of the cameras of Sky Sports. Article continues under ad The Spaniard had an excellent weekend. Alonso managed to end up in the subtop twice on Friday, while the next day he even finished winning the third free practice session. In qualifying he was good for the second time, behind Verstappen. Read more Verstappen pays particular attention to Sainz: 'Alonso no competitor for the win' Alonso is keen to achieve a fine performance in Canada and is therefore challenging...
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