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Alonso eyes non-racing F1 role after retirement

Dec.1 Fernando Alonso is already looking beyond the end of his driving career in Formula 1. The 41-year-old Spaniard is now clearly the most experienced and oldest racer on the grid, as he switches from Alpine to Aston Martin on a two-season deal starting in 2023. He is quoted by the Dutch publication Formule 1 as saying he wants to stay with the Silverstone based team for 'two to three years' at least. As for what comes next, the two-time champion said: 'At the moment I don't have anything clear in mind, but I know that eventually I will stop racing. 'By then I will have something like 25 years of experience, so I can be very useful to any team. I hope that team is Aston Martin, but...
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