Alonso reveals whether he will replace Vettel at Aston Martin

Alonso reveals whether he will replace Vettel at Aston Martin


Alpine’s F1 driver Fernando Alonso opened the race for Sebastian Vettel and the chance to replace the German, who confirmed his retirement in 2022.

Fernando Alonsothe pilot of F1he was honest about Sebastian Vettel and if you are interested in replacing your partner in Aston Martin. The German announced his retirement this Thursday, 28, which should take place at the end of the 2022 season. Although the Spaniard is in. alpineThe current contract expires in December and all possibilities are being considered.

“All teams are options as long as they don’t sign two drivers”highlighted Alonso in a press conference. “My priority is to be with Alpine because we have been working on this project for two years. We are competing more and more and my desire is to stay. But we have not advanced the conversation, so it is still ongoing.”.

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The 40-year-old pilot also completed: “I would like to stay here. I’ll be on vacation, so will the bosses, so we need to video call or something. When two parties want to agree on something, it takes ten minutes. When two sides fight to reach an agreement, maybe one side is not happy.”

The two-time world champion did not fail to praise Vettel and recognize his legacy in motorsport. “We will miss him after many years sharing the track together, a good fight. In all his championships I was also there in some way. He is a good champion and also a good person, with strong morals and a good family. I wish him all the best and I hope he is in the paddock.”say.

Sebastian Vettel to retire from F1 in 2022 (Credit: Getty Images)

GOODBYE VETTEL

Formula 1 will have to face the loss of another great champion at the end of the 2022 season. That is because the four-time champion Sebastian Vettel announced this Thursday, 28, through his new profile he created on Instagram, that he will retire from the sport. The news, which shocked motorsport fans, came a few days before the Hungarian GP.

“The decision to retire was difficult for me, and I have spent a lot of time thinking about it. At the end of the year, I want to take time to reflect on what I will focus on. year; it is clear to me that as a parent, I want to spend more time with my family “ began testing in a statement released at Aston Martin.


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