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Fernando Alonso


Alonso and Raikkonen will continue with us ...

Sep 16, 2014No Comments

Ferrari’s management revolution will have no impact on the driver lineup, new president Sergio Marchionne insists. With Stefano Domenicali, Luca Marmorini and now long-time president


Montezemolo exit changes nothing – Al...

Sep 12, 2014No Comments

Sources close to Fernando Alonso insist this week’s news from Maranello will not affect his future. Even before long-time Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo’s demise,


Ferrari doubts it can catch Mercedes in 201...

Sep 04, 2014No Comments

Ferrari will have an all-new car for 2015 but it still might not be enough to match Mercedes, technical boss James Allison has admitted. After


Alonso denies talking with Ron Dennis

Sep 03, 2014No Comments

Fernando Alonso has denied being in contact with McLaren supremo Ron Dennis. Dennis is making no secret of his desire to sign a driver of


Drivers back rookie Verstappen

Aug 22, 2014No Comments

As F1 woke from its summer slumber, the big talking point at Spa was 16-year-old Jos Verstappen. “At least Red Bull’s marketing is working well


Alonso wants to stay with Ferrari beyond 20...

Aug 22, 2014No Comments

Fernando Alonso says it is his “intention” to extend his stay at Ferrari beyond his current contract. Although reportedly frustrated with the performance of his


Alonso should end his F1 career with Ferrar...

Aug 18, 2014No Comments

Enzo Ferrari’s only living son says he wants Fernando Alonso to stay with the Maranello team for the rest of his F1 career. The Spanish


Montezemolo rubbishes “unfounded goss...

Aug 14, 2014No Comments

Luca di Montezemolo has dismissed “unfounded gossip” about Fernando Alonso’s future at Ferrari. The Italian marque’s colourful president was responding to what he described as