Fernando Alonso made a bit of an error at the first corner at the Spanish GP when he tried to pass pole-sitter Felipe Massa around the outside, only to bang wheels with the Ferrari and end up running across the gravel and dropping to fourth


Sunday 13th May 2007

Fernando Alonso made a bit of an error at the first corner at the Spanish GP when he tried to pass pole-sitter Felipe Massa around the outside, only to bang wheels with the Ferrari and end up running across the gravel and dropping to fourth. Massa carried on to win ahead of Lewis Hamilton, while Alonso ended up third following an early retirement for Kimi Raikkonen. The result meant that Hamilton led the championship only four races into his F1 career, making him the youngest driver to ever lead the championship – a record he still holds.


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