Alonso stole the show yet again, this time with a surreal photo captured in the corralito of the American F1 test. The Spanish driver is an absolute force both on and off the track, captivating audiences everywhere he goes.
A true artist behind the wheel, Alonso demonstrated his mastery once again at the Miami Grand Prix of F1, leaving spectators in awe as he flawlessly executed his race strategy and sealed the deal for the Aston Martin team. Starting in second place at the circuit that shares the name of the city itself, Alonso’s skill and finesse were on full display, as he confidently maneuvered his British team’s car to the podium.
Despite stiff competition from the Red Bull of Checo Pérez, Alonso remained unfazed, impressing with his lightning-fast reflexes and unwavering determination. And while Max Verstappen ultimately claimed victory, the awe-inspiring performance of Fernando Alonso was undoubtedly one of the highlights of the race.
Fernando Alonso and his favorite moment with flowers in Miami: he started smelling them when they were interviewing Verstappen and Checo Pérez!
The scorching Miami GP was one for the books, with the irresistible trio of Fernando Alonso and the dynamic Red Bull duo, Max Verstappen and Checo Pérez, taking center stage both on and off the track, capturing the hearts of millions of F1 enthusiasts worldwide.
Aston Martin was on cloud nine once again, after securing yet another remarkable fourth podium finish in just five rounds of the 2023 world championship season, leaving their rivals in awe and admiration.
As Alonso soared into third place yet again, the media frenzy that ensued was palpable, with the legendary driver becoming one of the most coveted figures in the corralito, where post-race interviews are conducted.
Meanwhile, the Aston Martin maestro watched intently as the cameras and microphones swarmed around Checo Pérez, eagerly awaiting his turn to take the spotlight. Unbeknownst to the cameras, Alonso took a moment to savor the sweet scent of the gorgeous white flowers adorning the backdrop, creating a charming and viral moment that was later echoed by Verstappen during his test win.