McLaren's Formula One pilot Fernando Alonso said he did not intend to end his career by the end of next season. The 35-year-old veteran has a contr
McLaren’s Formula One pilot Fernando Alonso said he did not intend to end his career by the end of next season.
The 35-year-old veteran has a contract with the team by the end of the year, not knowing if he will sign a new one. Given the difficulties the Honda team faces with the Honda engines, it seems rather dubious whether Alonso will continue this adventure.
He is currently preparing for his Indianapolis 500 debut, and at the same time on Sunday for the Monaco Grand Prix he will replace by Jenson Button.
“I do not plan a second participation for the moment,” he told the Madrid daily newspaper “Marca”. “For now, the Indy 500 remains an isolated case. I just want to drive here now. Then I will take stock of these two weeks and the race itself. “