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Alonso names the two drivers he'll be watching in 2019

Fernando Alonso will be watching F1 from afar this year, but the Spaniard driver will still be keeping close tabs on the action. While his attention will be first and foremost focused on the efforts of McLaren and its all-new line-up made up of Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris, Alonso admits that he'll be attentive to the performance of two drivers in particular. "I will follow Robert Kubica," Alonso told Corriere della Sera. "His story is unbelievable. Up until a few months ago Robert seemed to have lost all possibility. He has nothing to lose and I won't miss any of his moves." Dixon wants more 'cool crossovers' like Alonso But like everyone, the two-time world champion...
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