HomesportsAlonso drives into pits on two tyres after first-lap safety car Alonso drives into pits on two tyres after first-lap safety car admin April 29, 2018 sports No Comments Fernando Alonso has not challenged for the F1 title for a while, but he demonstrated supreme ability to train his damaged McLaren to the pits. News April 29, 2018, 18:15 IST 46 Participation options × Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Reddit Google+ E-mail McLaren, pilot Fernando Alonso  Fernando Alonso somehow managed to take his McLaren to the pits after the contact in the first round of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix left him with two punctures. The two-time world champion collided with Sergey Sorotkin in the race to the third corner in an En Baku, the Williams driver was forced to retire. Kimi Raikkonen and Esteban Ocon also joined, leaving debris scattered on the runway and resulting in the deployment of the safety car. Alonso's front and right rear tires were almost gone, but he still managed to guide his car to the wells for the work necessary to keep his career alive. Fernando is thrown into the pits with a puncture in the right front and rear tires. The teams go to work and send it back to the track. #AzerbaijanGP pic.twitter.com/jszcl1rDDi – McLaren (@ McLarenF1) April 29, 2018 LAP 1/51 Saftey Car unfolds when chaos ensues Ocon and Sirotkin OUT Raikkonen with damage Alonso suffers two punctures #AzerbaijanGP # F1 pic.twitter.com/kPlobbzLFO – Formula 1 (@ F1) April 29, 2018 Later, the Spaniard told him through the radio of the team that damage had been detected on the floor of his car. "Incredible, take care of yourself in corner one and corner two and they collide with you. ****** stupid," replied Alonso. Getting more content … Getting more content … Tweet Pin It Related Posts Cazorla trains at Emirates after injury agony Women's sports leagues band together with SheIS initiative Brewers' Davies placed on 10-day DL with rotator cuff injury About The Author admin Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.