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Fernando Alonso no longer ambassador for McLaren

Two-time Formula 1 World Champion Fernando Alonso is no longer an ambassador for the McLaren organisation. Alonso competed in Formula 1 for McLaren, as reigning champion, in 2007, before making a return to the squad in 2015, as it began a relationship with engine supplier Honda. But McLaren-Honda’s troubles restricted Alonso’s on-track results in Formula 1, and his focus began shifting towards winning motorsport’s Triple Crown, which encompasses the Monaco Grand Prix, Indianapolis 500 and Le Mans 24 Hours. Alonso competed for McLaren – in association with Andretti and Honda – at the 2017 Indianapolis 500, and joined Toyota for the World Endurance Championship...
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