“I’m enjoying”: Fernando Alonso gave details of his possible retirement date from Formula 1

Saying goodbye to Formula 1 and being away from the adrenaline rush of the circuits is not easy, especially for a speed enthusiast like Fernando A

Saying goodbye to and being away from the adrenaline rush of the circuits is not easy, especially for a speed enthusiast like , who found no satisfaction in IndyCar, the Indianapolis 500, the Dakar Rally and other endurance competitions. For this reason, last season he decided to return to the Grand Circus two years after his retirement, when he said goodbye with the colors of McLaren in 2018.

At forty years old, the Asturian rider is one of the most experienced on the track and is still looking for his coveted third world championship, this time with . However, retirement is getting closer and closer for Ferdinand Alonsowho in an interview with “La Carrera” advanced the years he has left on the track and how he imagines his second farewell to F1.

Alonso won the 2005 and 2006 championships

Although he has proven to be up to the task last season, the start of the 2022 championship was not the best for the two-time world champion due to the problems presented by the A522. Thus, He does not rule out changing the team before his retirement, something that he left open by stating that his retirement could take place in 2024 or 2025since he plans to spend a couple more years in the world of motorsports.

“I feel like I am enjoying F1. So we’ll be racing, I guess, a couple more years, two or three more years. And if it’s with Alpine, it’ll be good, if it’s with another team, it’ll be good too.”

How is the season for Spanish

Despite the famous plan that should guarantee him the fight for the drivers’ championship, Fernando Alonso He has not managed to add more than two points in the three races held. Bahrain, the first round of the year, was the only one that gave him points, finishing ninth behind Yuki Tsunoda and just ahead of debutant Guanyu Zhou with more than 22 seconds to the winner Charles Leclerc.

Alonso is twenty points behind his teammate, Esteban Ocon

What followed was only for the worse, as in Saudi Arabia he was forced to retire on lap 36 due to loss of engine power. On the other hand, in Australia he finished seventeenth, which translates as the last in the row due to the abandonment of Max Verstappen, Sebastian Vettel and Carlos Sainz at the Albert Park Circuit.