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Flavio Briatore has hit out at Christian Horner after he criticised Fernando Alonso, saying it is not like Red Bull have “the best management of drivers.”
Fernando Alonso says he is open to a Formula 1 return, most likely in 2021, but wasn’t giving any further details away.
Fernando Alonso will be with the McLaren team at the Italian Grand Prix – but only in an ambassadorial role and not as a reserve driver.
Toto Wolff ranks Fernando Alonso as one of the best but says he would not consider putting him in a Mercedes; he is however open to the possibility of Max Verstappen.
Fernando Alonso’s plans for 2020 are taking shape following the announcement of a five-month testing programme with Toyota ahead of possible debut run at the Dakar Rally next January.
Red Bull approached Fernando Alonso around the time of the British Grand Prix, offering him Pierre Gasly’s race-seat only to receiving a “resounding ‘no'”.
Will Fernando Alonso change his mind about doing a full IndyCar season?
Fernando Alonso has denied Sebastian Vettel’s suggestion that he didn’t “really like me” and said that he respects the four-time World Champion.
Lewis Hamilton says Red Bull should put Fernando Alonso in the car but while Max Verstappen would welcome the Spaniard’s return, he reckons Mercedes should be his destination.
Honda have wasted little time in firing some shots at Fernando Alonso following Max Verstappen’s epic win at the German Grand Prix.
McLaren Racing CEO, Zak Brown, has said Fernando Alonso is “top of the list” as the team target a full-time entry into the IndyCar series.
Red Bull technical chief and designer Adrian Newey claims Red Bull were “very close” to signing Fernando Alonso to partner Sebastian Vettel.
Fernando Alonso said he will reveal his future racing plans in “due time”, but it will not be a return to Formula 1.
With reports claiming Fernando Alonso has made himself available to Red Bull, Zak Brown says he would be happy to the see the former McLaren driver return to the grid with a rival team.
Fernando Alonso has taken to Twitter to mock reports that he and McLaren have ended their partnership.
Indianapolis can expect to see Fernando Alonso back at the Brickyard next year, or the year after, as he is adamant he’ll keep trying until he bags the Triple Crown.
He has said it before and he’ll say it again, Fernando Alonso is “not” missing F1, saying racing in other series has forced him to “rise to a level I didn’t have before.”
Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz may be driving the McLaren, however, team boss Andreas Seidl says Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne deserve credit for the team’s improved results.
McLaren team principal, Andreas Seidl, has confirmed Fernando Alonso will not be in their Formula 1 car again this season.
Fernando Alonso acknowledges one has to take good fortune when they get it, helped to a second Le Mans 24 Hours win by bad luck for the rival Toyota.
Two-time World Champion Fernando Alonso admits that he has been “bored” with some of the Formula 1 races in 2019.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown joked he would need a third car if Fernando Alonso wanted to return to Formula 1.
Jacques Villeneuve fears Max Verstappen will be the sole personality remaining in F1 when the likes of Lewis Hamilton and Kimi Raikkonen call it quits.
Fernando Alonso has ruled out doing a full IndyCar programme in 2020 as it is “too much of a commitment.”
Although McLaren insist they are to blame for Fernando Alonso failing to qualify for this year’s Indy 500, Zak Brown hopes the Spaniard gives them another chance next season.
McLaren CEO, Zak Brown, has said the team’s relationship with Fernando Alonso has “never been stronger” despite failing to qualify for the Indy 500 on Sunday.
Daniel Ricciardo sympathises with Fernando Alonso after he failed to make the Indianapolis 500 grid, saying this year there was “more hate” than love with his race car.
Fernando Alonso said no to Zak Brown’s suggestion of buying him an Indy 500 seat as he felt that would not be fair on a driver who had qualified for the race.
From an electrical issue in last month’s Indy test to the wrong colour chassis and finally a lack of pace in qualifying, Fernando Alonso’s Indy 500 bid was marred by mistakes.
McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran has issued a public apology to the fans, the team, the partners and Fernando Alonso after failing to qualify for the Indy 500.