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Alonso defends ‘sense of humour’ in Brazilian GP

Alonso defends 'sense of humour' in Brazilian GP

Alonso defends ‘sense of humour’ in Brazilian GP

Fernando Alonso has defended running amok during Friday’s free practice session in Brazil.

A year ago, the Spaniard triggered a social media storm by reclining in a marshal’s deck chair after breaking down at Interlagos near the end of a trying year.

2017 has been better, but Alonso was still keeping F1 fans giggling with his antics after emerging from his broken McLaren-Honda in practice.

First, he playfully kicked a rock like a football, and then he took over from an official F1 cameraman.

When asked to explain, Alonso said: “In difficult times it’s important not to lose a sense of humour.

“Last year, the big topic of discussion was when I sat on a folding chair, so I tried to find one today when the car stopped. I couldn’t find one so then I saw the TV camera,” he grinned.

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