Hamilton could be penalised if he does not orderly up his driving, according to Alonso.
The two drivers conflicted unforgettably during Alonso’s ill-fated single season at McLaren in 2007, however have since set their professional friendship is now intact. But three years on, the Spanish press is normally no fonder of Hamilton.
The media event in the country in this week, Fernando Alonso was said if he thinks the McLaren driver is favoured by F1 officials after Hamilton was notified but not penalised for weaving in Malaysia and racing in the pit lane in Shanghai.
“No, I don’t think Hamilton is in any kind of privileged position,” Alonso said. “The truth is that perhaps the decisions have been a little inconsistent, because other times it [Hamilton’s driving] would be punishable, but I don’t think it’s important.
Hamilton has had some warnings and if he does something in the next race, however little, maybe there will be punishment because of the last two races. It’s like referees in football: the stewards’ intention is not bad, but sometimes they make a decision and other times a different one.
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