Fernando Alonso is pushing ahead with his plans to set up a world-class professional cycling team.
Recently, the Spaniard announced he was buying the embattled Spanish team Euskaltel-Euskadi, but the advanced negotiations broke down late last month.
The Ferrari driver, however, said he would set up his own team for 2015 instead.
Alonso's manager, Luis Garcia Abad, has now told Italy's La Gazzetta dello Sport that the 32-year-old's plans are already well advanced.
He said "some agreements with sponsors are already signed", while the launch date for the 2015 project is already set: "The first rest day of the next Tour (de France)," Abad announced.
"Fernando has said...
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