Alonso was angered throughout the race at the Circuit of the Americas by a series of overtakes by Alfa Romeo duo Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Giovinazzi.

The two-time F1 champion felt that Raikkonen had illegally overtaken him off the track at Turn 1, but the Alfa Romeo driver was allowed to keep the position.

After the race at COTA, Alonso described the enforcement of track limits by the F1 stewards as “random.”.

The Spaniard was less critical in the pre-race F1 press conference ahead of this weekend’s Mexico City Grand Prix, stating that he wants the meeting to be focused on track limits on the opening laps of races.

“The meeting is tomorrow so I’m open to listen whatever they [the FIA] want to say,” Alonso said. “But this is exactly what I don’t want to happen. I think there are many other things we should discuss in that meeting tomorrow, like lap one.

“They removed the bumps on the outside after the problem with F4 or wherever, the car that launched outside of turn one, and there were three or four cars going wide in Turn 1. So I would love to talk about those cars as we talked in Sochi.”

Alonso has previously been critical of the FIA for its lenient view on track limits at the start of races, particularly at the double-header in Austria.

The Alpine driver wanted to clarify his team radio messages, claiming he wasn’t frustrated but simply wanting F1 to be more “fair”.

“Obviously the answers are always very constructive and very positive because we all want to race as fair as possible and we try to address all the problems because sometimes it’s not only the drivers’ input of the race itself it’s just the nature of the circuit,” Alonso added.

“In Sochi you will always have more problems than Silverstone or different circuits. We try to work together for a better solution so let’s see. On the other side, it’s not frustration, don’t be confused, it’s just trying to race fair and put a good show for the people in the grandstands and on TV.

“We have a lot of fans around the world and we saw the race in Austin how fantastic it was to witness the grandstands full of people et cetera. So you try to put a fair show for everybody.”