GPFans is currently running its awards as voted for by you the readers, and Alonso's incredible defensive display at the Brazilian Grand Prix took over half of the votes following a stunning Sunday at Interlagos.
Alonso's epic showing was by the far the most popular vote, with Lewis Hamilton taking a distant second with his shock pole position for Mercedes at the Hungarian Grand Prix with 21 per cent of the vote.
Carlos Sainz was third for Ferrari with nine per cent by taking the only non-Red Bull victory of the season in Singapore.
Alonso featured again in fourth place after making his return to the podium in his debut race for Aston Martin in Bahrain on six per cent.
Both collecting four per cent of the vote were Oscar Piastri's sprint win for McLaren in Qatar and Daniel Ricciardo's surprise mid-season return with AlphaTauri.
Sainz also featured twice in the shortlist, but his excellent pole position lap for Ferrari at their home grand prix in Monza took just one per cent of the vote.
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