Fernando Alonso is gunning for a return to Method 1 subsequent season. He left the game abruptly on the finish of his 2018 season with McLaren, fed up with Mercedes‘ dominance. So as to add to that, the orange automotive wasn’t on the required aggressive degree throughout his stick with the crew.
In a while, he went in pursuit of the well-known ‘Triple Crown’ of motor racing. Having already gained in Monaco, he ticked off one other field with a win at Le Mans. Although he fell on the Indy 500, you can’t rely him out to win there sooner or later.
Despite the fact that his followers are enthusiastic about his potential return, they’re all asking themselves the identical query – what motivated him to return to F1?
The chief motive is the brand new guidelines, which is able to come into impact from 2022, aiming to level-up the taking part in discipline. Additionally, Renault is gaining on its rivals each season. They’ve the monetary assets and now the style of a podium. Therefore, this was sufficient of a motivating issue for him to signal on a return.
Fernando Alonso again on the Wheel
The Spaniard was again on the testing tracks in Abu Dhabi. Renault F1 tweeted out his return to motion –
Fernando Alonso is leaving no stone unturned forward of his return to our crew in 2021. Really make that grains of sand. He’s leaving no grain of sand unturned. 100% dedication. 💪#RSspirit @alo_oficial pic.twitter.com/azeoKetWXH
— Renault F1 Staff (@RenaultF1Team) November 23, 2020
Clearly, he’s attempting to rise up to the velocity of F1 after being away for a few years. Although he’s been collaborating in Indy, Le Mans, and Dakar Rally Championships, an F1 automotive is a unique beast altogether. He couldn’t disguise his pleasure – “It was incredible to be again within the automotive, to really feel the Method 1 velocity once more with the 2018 automotive. And, yeah, get to know slightly bit the procedures of the crew and I loved each single lap.”
Can Alonso return to his earlier ranges?
The champion is returning after a two-year hiatus. He will probably be 40 subsequent 12 months; contemplating his age, it is likely to be troublesome for him to compete towards the youthful drivers on the grid. Juan Manuel Fangio is the oldest world champion at 46, however it is a totally different period.