I'm not sure if I believe Alonso knew as well but I don't think Piquet has an axe to grind with Alonso?
Like many others in several GPs, specially if you don't have anything to loose like Renault had at that time.He started with very low fuel for his grid position.
I don't remember a single start in this F1 season where cars at the back of the grid were not loaded with fuel. It's got nothing to do with having nothing to lose; there is nothing to be gained. Such a fuel load obligates you to drive really fast during the first stint (e.g. be faster than your opposition by 3-4 seconds at the end of the stint). But, because of all that traffic, you may be only 1-2 seconds faster if at all.Like many others in several GPs, specially if you don't have anything to loose like Renault had at that time.
He's also apparently been offered immunity for his testimony.FIA adviser: And you're aware that the stewards may draw conclusions from your unwillingness to assist them in relation to what went on in that meeting?
Symonds: I would expect them to. I would absolutely expect that.