Fernando Alonso does not regret that his career at Ferrari ended in controversy.
One to start One of the most interesting names of the F1 season is Fernando Alonso. The Spanish veteran driver returns to formula circus after a two-year hiatus. He drives from Renault to Alpine in the stable that changed his name.
Alonso, 39, returned “home”: he drove a Renault in 2003-2006 and 2008-2009 and won the World Championships in the stable in 2005 and 2006.
From 2010 to 2014, Alonso drove a Ferrari. The cooperation ended in dispute, and Alonso left in the middle of contract negotiations. In a recent interview, Alonso threw a small receipt in Maranello’s direction: he doesn’t regret his decision.
– It’s 2021 and Ferrari has still not won anything, Alonso chanted the Spaniard AS:n by.
Ferrari has indeed been a bad underperformer in recent years. Celebrated the championship in 2007 Kimi Raikkonen is still Ferrari’s latest world champion. In the same year, Maranello also celebrated its latest team championship.
Alonso in an interview, he also commented on the persistent rumor that he had poisoned the atmosphere in his stables.
– This is the third time after a period of at Renault, and I have been twice at McLaren. I have been in several stables and I have been asked back, so they might think I’m happy with me. If not, I don’t know why they called me. Bad reputation? I laugh at those claims, Alonso said.
Alonso confirmed this by saying that he is still on good terms with many of his former teammates, e.g. Giancarlo Fisichellan and Jarno Trullin.
– I laugh (for arguments) because all my teammates have been and still are my good friends.
As Alonso’s teammate, Alpinella is run by a Frenchman Esteban Ocon.
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