The two-time world champion driver had finished in third place during the race, but a review by race stewards led to his disqualification from the podium.
Alonso was penalized for driving off the track and gaining an advantage during the race, violating track limits that were set to prevent drivers from cutting corners.
Following the race, Alonso expressed his disappointment and frustration at the penalty, stating that he did not intentionally gain an advantage and that he was simply “fighting for positions.”
The incident highlighted the importance of adhering to track limits and avoiding rule violations, which can have a significant impact on a driver’s race results and championship standings.
Despite the setback, Alonso remains a highly respected and talented driver in the world of Formula One, and his fans will no doubt be cheering him on as he continues his pursuit of victory and success on the track.