“I think we need a bit of common sense,” Alonso said. AFP PHOTO / ANDREJ ISAKOVIC
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Fernando Alonso launched an angry outburst at motorsport's ruling body Sunday, telling them to focus on the serious problems facing Formula One and to be fairer in their decision-making after being penalized on his way to 17th place in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The two-time world champion, widely respected as one of the sport's elder statesmen, revealed how livid he feels in a broadside that was summed up when he said that it was time the International Motoring Federation (FIA) used "some common sense". Earlier this week, former FIA president Max Mosley told the BBC that F1 was in serious trouble and nobody wanted to buy the business because it had become too expensive.If Renault decide not to take over Lotus, it will be the end for the British team, Ecclestone said.
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