Fernando Alonso managed to pass Carlos Sainz on the last lap at Zandvoort to take P6, but the move almost ended badly for both drivers.

Alonso was under pressure from his Alpine team-mate Esteban Ocon early in the race and the Frenchman wanted the team to order the two-time former World Champion to move over, but he managed to up his pace to the extent where he closed up behind the Ferrari in the final laps of the Dutch Grand Prix.

But as the pair duelled, Alonso had to take evasive action after locking up at Turn 3, almost colliding with the wall as the two cars raced side by side.

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