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Will he come back or not? Maybe not until 2021 or even 2022? This is the question that currently concerns Spanish Formula 1 fans. The reason is the still unclear future of Fernando Alonso, who is known to have not yet finished with the Grand Prix sport. But: A comeback in Formula 1 has not yet been sealed.
In conversation with, Pedro de la Rosa also has to admit that he knows no further details about the planning of his Spanish compatriot. "Honestly: I have no idea," says the former Formula 1 driver. "The bottom line is that it's a personal decision."
Ocon would welcome Alonso as Renault F1 team-mate in 2021
Esteban Ocon says he would be "very happy" for two-time world champion Fernando Alonso to re-join Renault and become his Formula 1 team-mate for 2021 .Ocon will be working with a new team-mate next year after current partner Daniel Ricciardo confirmed in May he would be joining McLaren at the end of the season.It has led to Alonso - who won both his F1 titles with Renault in 2005 and 2006 - to be linked with a return to the team, having walked away from the sport at the end of 2018 following a difficult four-season spell with McLaren.
If it were up to him, de la Rosa continued, he would know the answer: "I can only say that I hope for a comeback. I told Fernando that too." Reason: "In Formula 1, the best have to drive."
A return Alonsos may fail because no top team has a place for him. De la Rosa sees it the same way and says: "It's true: there are currently no competitive [free] cockpits, but an exceptional driver always does something extraordinary, even in non-competitive cars."
He apparently also considers a midfield racing team to be a possible address for Alonso and explains: "It is like [football professional Lionel] Messi making the decision to switch [to Barcelona] to Granada. I would rather he played there than at all not in the Spanish league. "
Alonso said goodbye to the Grand Prix scene after the 2018 Formula 1 season and four disappointing years at McLaren-Honda, hinting that it didn't have to be a farewell forever. After finishing Formula 1, he drove with Toyota in the World Endurance Championship (WEC) and won the Le Mans 24 Hours.
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