Formula 1 champion opened old wounds and took aim at his former team

Fernando Alonso recalled his first step at McLaren in which he had Lewis Hamilton as a partner.

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The Spanish Fernando Alonso, team driver Alpine de F1, does not look with any kind of resentment at the team McLaren for what happened in his passage in 2007 and he did not want "to blame" nobody about what happened to his rivalry with his English partner Lewis Hamilton in this intense season, although he does believe that the Woking team did not know how to handle the situation because they were "Too young and too ambitious."

“Lewis entered Formula 1 like a tsunami. With all his talent, all his skills and results immediately. It was intense and it was also a challenge for everyone. Looking back, I think Lewis will feel the same, we had no problems with each other, we had a very tough but fair competition ”, Alonso assured in an interview with Sky Sports.

Fernando Alonso and Lewis HamiltonThe Asturian, "sincerely", consider that the British team "Did not handle this situation". And I add: "I don't want to blame Ron (Dennis), I don't want to blame any one name in particular, but as a team we were too young, too ambitious and no one guided us in any way," confessed.

On the other hand, Alonso insisted on his desire to be one of the pilots "Most complete in the world" and that maintains its objective of conquering the Triple Crown motorsport, for which you need to win the Indianapolis 500.

“I have the ambition now to continue to achieve different goals. The Indy500 is still very attractive, and also the Dakar Rally and other different categories ”, said.

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