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Alonso cleared to seek 2020 F1 deal by McLaren

Zak Brown says McLaren would be happy to let Fernando Alonso discuss terms with another Formula 1 team if he had the chance to return to the grid in 2020. Alonso quit F1 at the end of 2018 to focus on securing the 'Triple Crown' but failure to qualify for the Indianapolis 500 leaves him forced to wait another year to secure the milestone. Article continues under video Recent reports have suggested that Alonso had 'parted ways' with McLaren, but he remains an ambassador of the team, despite having no racing plans lined up. Alonso has cryptically hinted at an F1 return ever since he walked away from the sport and Brown says McLaren would not stand in his way, having recently confirmed Lando...
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