Fernando Alonso to Race For Aston Martin From 2023 Season
Aston Martin have signed Fernando Alonso to a multi-year deal from 2023 season onwards. The two-time Formula One world champion is currently competing for French team Alpine. Stroll and Alonso have a longstanding relationship. Despite this, the deal is likely to be more about business than performance. Alonso has also stated that he will remain in the sport.
Fernando Alonso has confirmed that he will be joining the Aston Martin team from 2023 season. The Spanish driver has signed a multi-year deal with the team and will replace Sebastian Vettel. Aston Martin is currently second bottom of the Formula One championship, and bringing Fernando in to fill Vettel’s seat would boost their chances of retaining the title.
The deal is an incredible win for Aston Martin. Replacing the German driver would not be easy, but Aston Martin clearly made contact with Alonso before he announced his retirement. And they moved quickly when Vettel announced he was leaving. Alonso is the perfect choice for the job. Aston Martin will have a much higher profile in the Formula One world championship once he joins the team.
Despite Alonso’s recent performance, Aston Martin has invested in Stroll Motorsport, and has made a big commitment to developing a winning F1 team. The company is confident that Fernando Alonso will be able to continue his stellar performances in 2022, and the move could help them move up the F1 hierarchy. In addition to his incredible ability, Alonso’s contract with Aston Martin ensures that the team has the best driver in the world.
Aston Martin has also stated that Alonso will join the team from 2023 season, but the exact dates have not been confirmed. The move comes as a surprise for Aston Martin fans, as Alonso’s contract will be only two years. The team also wants to bring in young driver Piastri. This could prove to be a mistake for the team as the young driver may have felt like he was being mistreated.
Aston Martin are well ahead of Alpine in the race for Fernando Alonso’s services. The company also recruited Dan Fallows, the former head of aerodynamics at Red Bull, as technical director. However, Alonso’s deal with Alpine is simply a matter of business. This move is likely to lead to further competition between the two teams.