Fernando Alonso concerned about Alpine's performance

The Spaniard confessed that they "need to understand some things in the car."

After three days of training in Bahrain, that the next 28 will be the scene of the first date of the Formula World Cup 1, Spanish Fernando Alonso took stock of what happened with the team Alpine and he trusted them "Some things need to be understood in the car."

“We have had some good training sessions. In the end you focus a lot on your program, there are an infinite amount of things to try and you do not give much importance to the times or your rivals because you do not know what they are doing at that moment. I think we still have to work, we still need to understand some things in the car, try to find the benefits that we do see in the factory and that we still have to unlock on the track ", analyzed Alonso.

Fernando AlonsoIn any case, the Asturian said he is going little by little. "I am happy and whatever comes in these first races I am going to enjoy and squeeze in every lap. I arrive with a very relaxed staging and wanting to enjoy every moment. We will try to put on a good show for people to enjoy at home on Sundays ”, promised.

One week before the season starts in the Bahrain Grand Prix, in Alpine they are "Ready with the last preparations" and Alonso has "a little physical exercise" before officially returning to F.1 after two seasons enrolled in other categories

Fernando Alonso“I've been busy these last few years, not that I've been on the couch at home, so I've missed F.1 very marginally. It was nice to go back to practice, working with these sophisticated teams with such a high level of technology, driving these fantastic cars… I'm ready for action, the start, the excitement of the first corners, the whole strategic framework of a race , caring for the tires, all those variants that make the F.1 very special "Pointed.

Finally, Alonso wished that they could be seen “Good races with such an ambitious 23-race calendar”, more than ever in the 70-year history of the competition. "Hopefully they can all be done and also with the public in a few months", trusted.




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