OPINION | Is Fernando Alonso right: 'Different rules apply to different people' in F1?

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Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes-AMG) chasing down Sergio Perez (Red Bull Racing) at the 2021 Turkish Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes-AMG) chasing down Sergio Perez (Red Bull Racing) at the 2021 Turkish Grand Prix.
Dan Istitene

• Fernando Alonso raised eyebrows recently by taking a jab at Formula 1 stewards.

• The Spaniard said, in no uncertain terms, that there is no continuity when penalties are served.

• The 2021 Turkish Grand Prix was another example of Alonso's comments.

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