Alonso: an act of war or the art of war?

Alonso: an act of war or the art of war?

Is Fernando Alonso genuinely seeking an escape route from Ferrari, or just trying to spur his team on? Or is the Spaniard a pawn in rivals' games? Jonathan Noble looks for an answer

Fernando Alonso's love affair with Japanese samurai philosopher Miyamoto Musashi is well documented; you only need to see his back and neck tattoo to see the warrior he carries into battle with him.

But even he could do with revisiting the famous 'Book of Five Rings' in greater depths after a weekend of off-track battles in Hungary.

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