Two-time Formula 1 world champion Fernando Alonso speaks to BBC Sport’s Ben Croucher about being back in F1 after two years racing in other categories, driving for the Alpine team, formerly Renault.
He says he “feels lucky” after a cycling accident earlier this year, and insists he is “better” than the biggest names on the grid.
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