Fernando Alonso It has not been confirmed by Alpine F1 for the 2023 season and is starting to fuel speculation, especially after it was announced that he would not yet sit down to negotiate with anyone. Although there were no news or rumors from the French national team clarifying the situation, the Spaniard’s name was echoed in the corridors of other teams.
The big brother He appears to have found a home in the team owned by the Renault group, since he was involved in the technical issues of assembling the vehicles. But recently, from another group of Formula 1, they have abandoned the promise of a young man and it seems that the only candidate left to take that seat is Fernando Alonso.
“Obviously we got away with it and want to continue with Sebastian (Vettel). We’ll see everything else later. Mick Sumacher is going through a tough time, but I don’t know much about the details,” Aston Martin director Mike Krake said in an interview.
But if he wants to follow Sebastian Vettel, why would he do the name Fernando Alonso? The fact that Mick Schumacher was left out is a sign of no intention of betting on the youngsters and the historic German driver has yet to confirm that he will continue in the seat.
There, curriculum big brother It has a monopoly on what appears to be the requirements that Aston Martin has in the event the four-times world champion does not want to continue at Team Silverstone, UK. So far, there is no news either on English soil or in France, as it appears that Alpine F1 has not decided the Spaniard’s departure or the renewal of his contract.
Yes good Fernando Alonso It could be a wonderful takeover of Aston Martin, the truth is that Sebastian Vettel has not admitted his desire to retire or change the team, nor has he confirmed his continuity. This has tried to explain Crack, who appears to be keeping his hopes up for a four-time world champion.
“The way he interferes, nobody will drive that way if they don’t want to drive. It was a great performance in Monaco, from lap one on. Here at Aston Martin, he can continue to use his talent,” he explained, the British team manager who does not want to give up German.
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