F1: Alonso’s announcement that sends trembling to high places

In Bahrain, Fernando Alonso started his 21st season in Formula 1. The exceptional longevity of the Spanish driver is no longer in doubt but he will have to end his career sooner or later. He also spoke out on this subject and cast doubt on its future, more particularly on 2026 with the new regulations. Aston Martin can shake.

Fernando Alonso will celebrate his 43rd birthday on July 29 but he still feels young and capable of achieving great things in Formula 1. The former double world champion still has the necessary motivation but it might not last. Indeed, Alonso has big doubts about his presence on the grid in 2026, a year of big change for the discipline.

“I will wait a few races to make a decision”

« First, I have to decide if I want to continue running. This is the first thing I have to decide, in a few weeks or a few races. I feel good now, but I know it’s a demanding schedule. In 2026 there will be different regulations. They may or may not be tempting. But yes, let’s see. As I said at the car launch, I will wait a few races to make a decision “, said Fernando Alonso in comments relayed by Nextgen-Auto. An announcement that is enough to make you tremble Aston Martinespecially since the entourage ofAlonso is busy behind the scenes.

“We are working and looking for the best future option for Fernando”

In charge of the career of Fernando Alonso, Flavio Briatore was seen with Christian Horner et This is Wolff. The Italian even readily admitted to starting to explore the tracks for his pilot. “ We are working and looking for the best future option for Fernando “, told Briatore. The threat is becoming clearer for Aston Martin because at his age, Alonso no longer has time to wait for a project to develop: he wants a competitive single-seater as quickly as possible and Red Bull et Mercedes are stables able to offer him. To be continued…

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