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2018-07-11 08:57

Image: GIUSEPPE CACACE / AFP

Fernando Alonso says he is not sure changing the points system is a good move for Formula 1.

Over the British grand prix weekend, it emerged that at the latest strategy group meeting, a proposal to expand the points paying positions from the top 10 to the top 15 cars had been tabled.


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Alonso remains confident

But Spaniard Alonso says while more points positions seems like good news for the smaller teams and drivers, it actually may not turn out that way.

READ: F1 considering new points system for 2020

"The leading drivers always get points and so it can be a great moment if you get 2 points.

I remember when Jules (Bianchi) was ninth in Monaco and scored points and it was like a miracle and a great moment for the sport," he is quoted by Germany's sport.de.

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