Fernando Alonso to start Malaysian Grand Prix from the back of the grid as he tries out new engine power unit 



McLaren's Fernando Alonso is set to start Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix from the back of the grid as he tries out an upgraded Honda power unit in practice on Friday.
Rules permit a driver to use no more than five complete power units and their constituent components over the course of a season.
Running the upgraded power unit will result in Alonso taking on new variants of five of the six components that comprise it, which will cost the Spaniard 30 places on the 22-car Sepang grid.
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29 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 27
Source: Daily Mail
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