Alonso: ‘I’ve sacrificed a lot for F1, but see what’s happening now

Alonso: ‘I’ve sacrificed a lot for F1, but am enjoying it more than ever’

   The most experienced driver in F1 history showed the impact of Grand Prix racing. Fernando Alonso said he is enjoying Formula 1 more than ever.

   He admitted that the Grand Prix made sacrifices and sacrifices for him. many Alonso has competed in Formula 1 since 2001, with the exception of a two-year break in 2019-20, and will make his 400th Grand Prix start at the 2024 Qatar Grand Prix. The two-time world champion has switched teams for the seventh time in his career and will join Aston Martin in early 2023.

   With Aston Martin, it is the best of the turbo hybrid season and its best season since 2013. Fourth place was Alonso and’s best since finishing second behind Sebastian Vettel in 2013, making it eight podiums as the team continues to strengthen its midshipmen. Despite his success, Alonso spoke about how his more than 20 years in Formula 1 affected him and what he had to overcome.

   And Sometimes you make sacrifices and you know you’re making sacrifices and sometimes you don’t realize it until five years after you’ve done it. explained Alonso. And maybe there’s something you want to do, a family member or friend you don’t see as often as you’d like. I sacrificed a lot for F1, but I don’t regret it. I am a very family person. I like to spend time with my family.

   At this point in my life, I thought I had a family and kids and everything, and at 42 I had no kids. And at the same time, I’m doing what I love. I’m doing the best I’ve ever tried anything other than a motorcycle. So when I look in the mirror in the morning, I’m happy with who I am and what I do. And “I feel good at that moment, I enter the competition with a different spirit. There are many things that affect the team.

   They are very young and enthusiastic, so they have a lot of energy inside and outside the garage. The new campus is full of excitement. A real show of the team’s ambition And the experience helped me to know what is important and what is small, where to spend my energy and where to save.

   And on Sundays it is important not only to focus on work, but to maintain team spirit and a good atmosphere in the garage. I’m enjoying every bit of this job and”

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