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Fernando Alonso Deserves Better After McLaren-Honda Failure at 2015 Brazilian GP

First it was the gloves, almost seamlessly slipped off and dropped delicately into the depths of the cockpit. Then came the fiddly bits—the chin straps and the HANS-device tethers—the excitement palpable as his fingers flicked and rotated this way and that. Off came the crash helmet, the veil, the mask; the flameproof balaclava doubling up as a makeshift flannel. With the earplugs out and the umbilical chords gone, he was ready. Finally free. Stepping onto the pedastal of his car's monocoque, he rose slowly, running his hands through his sweat-soaked hair and scrubbing his face—wiping away the last remains of the uncertainty, the tension and the anxiety. As he stretched out his arms and clenched his fists, a primal s...

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