Fernando Alonso was relieved to score Las Vegas Grand Prix points, but had a criticism for the track and the feeling of cars around some of the slower speed corners.
Fernando Alonso believes Formula 1 cars are not suited for circuits like Las Vegas and emphasized the importance of traditional races in the calendar. He expressed his dissatisfaction with the lack of fun and challenging driving experience at the new circuit, stating that F1 cars are designed for tracks like Suzuka, Barcelona, and Silverstone. Despite spinning at Turn 1 and dropping to the back of the field, Alonso managed to finish in ninth place and collect valuable points for his team, Aston Martin. He acknowledged that he still needs to review the incident but expressed relief at the final result, happy to have scored points.