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Formula 1: The former champion confirms future plans! “At least two years”

Formula 1: The former world champion confirms his plans for the future! ‘Last for at least two years’

Formula 1: These are all drivers of the 2022 season

Formula 1: These are all drivers of the 2022 season

There are four new driver pairs for the 2022 F1 season. There’s a rookie at the start and two familiar faces back in the first chapter. We show you all the drivers of the new season.

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bang in Formula 1! The future of some drivers is currently uncertain. The ‘ridiculous season’ is fast approaching – and with it transfer rumors are gaining momentum.

The focus is also on former world champions Formula 1. Alpine pilot Fernando Alonso now does a clean sweep and announces his plans.

Formula 1: Alonso wants to continue

Alonso had been driving in Formula 1 again since 2021. He had taken three years off. Despite being 40 years old, few experts say the two-time champion is still the best.


Formula 1 | Beginning in Great Britain Eleven

  1. Sainz (Ferrari)
  2. Verstappen (Red Bull)
  3. Leclerc (Ferrari)
  4. Perez (Red Bull)
  5. Hamilton (Mercedes)
  6. Norris (McLaren)
  7. Alonso (Alpine)
  8. Russell (Mercedes)
  9. Zoe (Alfa Romeo)
  10. Lutfi (Williams)
  11. Gasly (Alpha Tauri)
  12. Bottas (Alfa Romeo)
  13. Tsunoda (alpha tori)
  14. Ricardo (McLaren)
  15. Ocon (Alpine)
  16. Albon (Williams)
  17. Magnussen (Hare)
  18. Vettel (Aston Martin)
  19. Schumacher (Haas)
  20. Stroll (Aston Martin)


And Alonso doesn’t look tired at all. He confirms at Silverstone that he wants to continue. “I think we’ll talk during the summer break,” the Spaniard said on Sky. “I would like to continue for at least two years.”

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Formula 1: Alonso can keep up despite his age

He showed recently in Canada that he still had what it takes when he finished second in the Alpine qualifying. However, he and his team are also experiencing some problems in the current season.

However, he makes it clear: “I’ve been enjoying my time in Formula 1 since my return.” Alonso has been driving in Formula 1 for over 20 years with breaks. In 2005 and 2006 he was crowned world champion with Renault.

Formula 1: Discussions to follow soon

However, talks about further cooperation have not occurred yet. “I hope we can come to an agreement and that I can continue,” he sends a clear signal to his race team.


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The first, however, is the race at Briton Silverstone. Alonso will start from seventh. All developments in Formula 1 are available in our live feed. (M)