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Alonso: Change is good at Enstone

Fernando Alonso at alpine 2021

Fernando Alonso, two times world champion, returned to Formula 1 sport at Bahrain Grand Prix last weekend. He spend two years away from the sport while racing in IndyCar, the World Endurance Championship and the Dakar Rally.

The Spinaird is returning to his championship winning team based in Enstone. He had raced for the same team between 2003-2006 and 2008-2009, under the title of Renault.

Alonso expressed his experience with all rebranded Renault to Alpine. He felt that the team has changed quite evidently especially with the infrastructure at HQ.

Asked how much had changed at Enstone since he last raced for Renault in 2009, Alonso said the differences were extremely noticeable, particularly with the infrastructure at the team’s headquarters.

“They are very different, and that’s a good sign,” Alonso said.

“After 10 years, if they were all the same, maybe that would not be good news for us.

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“I think the factory has been updated quite heavily. There are more people working now, in Viry in France, also the factory has been updated and I think the level of technology that we have right now compared to 15 years ago is very different.

“I’m very happy with the things that I saw from last year. Visiting both Enstone and Viry. We have very talented people in the team. We have great designers and technicians.

“Some of the mechanics, they are still same from my last time, so that’s also a good touch of the old days as well, and a good atmosphere that we all want to repeat the success we had in the past.

“But we have new people, very good spirit, very young talented people, so we are quite a nice organisation now. So hopefully we can deliver.”

At the end of 2018, Alonso retired from McLaren to opt for bigger and better interest of his career. He raced for triple crown of the motorsport.

Alonso is fine with the challenges he will face while returning to F1. He is realistic with his ambitions that it will not add anything to his titles considering Alpine’s position in F1.

“I don’t fear any particular challenge,” Alonso said.

“How the midfield is right now, it is very competitive. So it’s something that we are aware of, that we need to maximise and we need to be perfect every weekend if we want to score good points.

“Then another challenge but not only for me, but for everybody in the team and everybody in the paddock, will be the 23 races. We have to be just aware of that number as well, and try to save energy when you can during the year.

“Even in June, August, September, even if you feel fresh, the more you save, the better you will be in November and December.

“So there are a couple of things that after being out for two years, I will have to relearn a little bit and get used to. But in terms of driving or in terms of approaching the weekend working with a team, I think it should be quite smooth.

“I was not at home for two years. I was racing every weekend, basically. So it should be fine.”

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