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McLaren respond to Fernando Alonso return speculation

McLaren chief Zak Brown has joked that he would need Formula 1 to allow for a third car if Fernando Alonso were to make a return to the team, as he is very happy with the performances of current drivers Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris. In Alonso’s last stint in F1 he performed for McLaren, but was unable to break into the triopoly held by Mercedes, Ferrari, and Red Bull and has not won a championship for over a decade. Article continues under video He decided to leave the sport after last season to pursue his motorsport ‘Triple Crown’ goal, but has previously said he could make a return if he wanted to. When asked about Alonso coming back, Brown says it wouldn’t be possible as there...
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