F1 legend Fernando Alonso woken up at 6am with visit from anti-doping control inspector

FERNANDO ALONSO received a knock on the door at the daybreak – from an anti-doping officer.

The previous world champion F1 driver shared a picture of the officer, who knocked on his premises at 6.10am, which might be simply 10 minutes after the allotted anti-doping hour.

6:10 AM. Antidoping control. ?

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Doping officers are allowed to show up between the hours of 6am and 10pm and beneath World Anti-Doping Company guidelines, athletes have to offer their location for 1 hour a day, wherever they’re on the planet.

The Adams whereabouts system is designed to make entry for athletes, together with Formula One drivers, less difficult to update by means of smartphones and a web-based portal.

An officer in a darkish leather-based jacket and inexperienced trousers appeared at what seems to be like a lodge room for Alonso.

 Fernando Alonso had to face the drug testers first thing in the morning

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Fernando Alonso needed to face the drug testers very first thing within the morning
 The veteran racer, 36, is set to start yet another season when testing begins in Barcelona

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The veteran racer, 36, is about to start out yet one more season when testing begins in Barcelona
 Jenson Button, left, has complained about a lack of anti-doping in the past

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Jenson Button, left, has complained a few lack of anti-doping up to now

F1 usually has a clear report with anti-doping and given a number of the scandals in athletics and biking, however there have been query marks over the rigours of their testing.

Fellow former world champ Jenson Button has criticised astonishing failures on testing in F1.

The Brit stated in 2016 that he couldn’t keep in mind when he was final examined.

He stated: "I’ve not been examined this yr. I don't know of any drivers who’ve been examined lately.

"They used to check through the winter however random testing appears to have stopped.

"I’ve not had a random check for 3 or 4 years. We used to do urine checks after the races however that stopped too."

Daniel Ricciardo quipped final yr that he was examined on Christmas Day, suggesting the game has gotten a grip.

FERNANDO ALONSO received a knock on the door at the daybreak – from an anti-doping officer.

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