sport news Two-time F1 world champion Fernando Alonso signs multi-year contract with Aston ... trends now

sport news Two-time F1 world champion Fernando Alonso signs multi-year contract with Aston ... trends now
sport news Two-time F1 world champion Fernando Alonso signs multi-year contract with Aston ... trends now

sport news Two-time F1 world champion Fernando Alonso signs multi-year contract with Aston ... trends now

Two-time F1 world champion Fernando Alonso signs multi-year contract with Aston Martin as the Spaniard replaces the retiring Sebastian Vettel in the team's line up from 2023 Fernando Alonso is out of contract with Alpine at the end of this season The French team had stated that they were keen to keep the Spaniard into 2023 But Aston Martin have now swooped to sign Alonso, who turned 41 last week Alonso described his new team as 'one of the most exciting' in F1 right now 

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Two-time Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso has agreed a multi-year contract with Aston Martin from 2023. 

The Spaniard, 41, is out of contract at current team Alpine at the end of this season but they had stated that they were keen to keep him.

However Aston Martin, who are lose the retiring Sebastian Vettel at the end of the year, have now swooped to sign Alonso. 

Fernando Alonso, 41, has agreed a multi-year contract with Aston Martin from 2023

Fernando Alonso, 41, has agreed a multi-year contract with Aston Martin from 2023

'This Aston Martin team is clearly applying the energy and commitment to win, and it is therefore one of the most exciting teams in Formula One today,' Alonso said.

'I have known Lawrence and Lance for many years and it is very obvious that they have the ambition and passion to succeed in Formula One.

'I have watched as the team has systematically attracted great people with winning pedigrees, and I have become aware of the huge commitment to new facilities and resources at Silverstone.

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