He didn't obey his bosses - Alonso

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Fernando Alonso, the double World Champion, may be seen as the losing party of this weekend, just like his team, McLaren. Alonso snatched pole position yesterday, but received a penalty for 'stalling' Lewis Hamilton in the pit lane. Hamilton won today's Hungarian Grand Prix, but the McLaren Mercedes Team was also penalised and receive no points in the Constructors' Championship.

Asked if he was disappointed after this Grand Prix weekend, Fernando Alonso responded: "Nothing has disappointed me. You come here wanting to make up ground, you get pole, but in the end it wasn't to be. My teammate has probably had a different weekend than the rest of drivers, he didn't obey his bosses, he behaved in a new way with the team and maybe that was a surprise, but everybody can do whatever they want."

About his relationship with the team and his team mate, the Spaniard stated: "It's the same as before the race. Each of us looks at his own interests, trying to do the best race possible, with the best strategy, and I try to do the same with my group of engineers and mechanics. But I guess he will have a different relationship with the team in the next race, because I don't think they are very happy, and I will have the same one'