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Brown: I'd need three cars for Alonso return

McLaren CEO Zak Brown joked he would need a third car if Fernando Alonso wanted to return to Formula 1. The Spaniard left the series at the end of 2018 to pursue other interests, including his unsuccessful Indy 500 venture alongside McLaren. However, back in Formula 1 the Woking outfit's new line-up of Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris are delivering the goods. British rookie Norris hoovered up the points early on as team-mate Sainz suffered from a rotten run of bad luck, but the Spaniard has returned with a vengeance in recent races, including a P6 finish in Monaco. All this has left Sainz best-of-the-rest P7 in the Drivers' Championship, while McLaren boast that spot in the Constructors'...
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