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Massa questions Alonso’s decision to join Aston Martin

Ex-Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa has questioned Fernando Alonso’s decision to join Aston Martin in 2023. The Silverstone-based outfit announced on Monday that it had signed the two-time World Champion to a multi-year deal. Alonso is replacing Sebastian Vettel at the outfit, as the German has opted to retire from the sport at the end […]
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