Category Archives: LeMans

Alonso Not Interested In Formula E Move

Silverstone Circuit, Northamptonshire, UK
Thursday 5 July 2018.
Fernando Alonso, McLaren.
Photo: Glenn Dunbar/McLaren
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McLaren Renault’s Fernando Alonso say he is not interested in a move to the ABB FIA Formula E championship for the 2019/20 season despite suggestions the all electric series are trying to get the double Formula One world champion to join the series. The Spaniaed who has two Grand Prix left in his Formula One career before retiring from the […]

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Six Hours Of Silverstone Could Decide Alonso’s Future

TOYOTA GAZOO  Racing. 
Le Mans 24 Hours Race, 11th to 17th June 2018
Circuit de la Sarthe, Le Mans, France. Fernando Alonso (ESP) , Sebastien Buemi (SUI)  and Kazuki Nakajima (JPN)  Mike Conway (GBR) Kamui Kobayashi (JPN)  and Jose Maria Lopez (ARG)  on the podium.

The British Grand Prix takes place this weekend at the Silverstone circuit in Northamptonshire and next month it will play host to the World Endurance Championship with the Six Hours of Silverstone which takes place from August 17-19. This race could play a crucial role in deciding Fernando Alonso’s future career direction. The double Formula One world champion’s McLaren contract […]

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LeMans Win Opens The Door For Alonso To Move To IndyCar

TOYOTA GAZOO  Racing. 
Le Mans 24 Hours Race, 11th to 17th June 2018
Circuit de la Sarthe, Le Mans, France. Fernando Alonso (ESP) , Sebastien Buemi (SUI)  and Kazuki Nakajima (JPN)  Mike Conway (GBR) Kamui Kobayashi (JPN)  and Jose Maria Lopez (ARG)  on the podium.

Toyota Gazoo Racing’s Fernando Alonso’s victory at the LeMans 24 Hours has cleared the way for the Spaniard to make a full-time move to the Verizon IndyCar Series in 2019. The two Formula One world champion will now return to his day job for this weekend’s French Grand Prix at the Paul Ricard circuit. Alonso who competed in the 101st […]

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Ford Take Third Consecutive LeMans 24 Hours Podium

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Ford Chip Ganassi Racing team owner Chip Ganassi felt that lady luck wasn’t on his team’s side at this years LeMans 24 Hours as his outfit brought one car home on the podium on Sunday afternoon with Joey Hand, Sebastien Bourdais and Dirk Muller in the No.68 Ford GT finishing the race in third place and speaking following the race […]

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