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Alonso: No plans for a full IndyCar season will be in 2020″

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Fernando Alonso will be next year and would like to try again to make an attempt to do for the Indy 500, the famous “Triple Crown”. The right-back closes in a full IndyCar season, the next year, however.

After the crash at the Indy 500 this year, with Alonso and McLaren are not able to qualify for the race and continues His victory on the oval of the Indianapolis, indiana service. The right-back looks, however, it is not to have a full IndyCar season to work with.

“If I get the Indy to do, then it will be again, just that this is a race,” said Alonso. “For a full season in IndyCar, it would be a heavy commitment in terms of the number of races involved.”

“If you do that, then it’s because you want to fight, not because you’re a tourist, want to hang out.”

It does not matter that Alonso, if he is, next year, will be participating in the Indy 500, which is a series of IndyCar racing as a preparation for the future.

“It doesn’t make sense to have four or five races and is preparing to do so, Indy is the first oval on the championship,” says Alonso.

“There aren’t any of the other oval races that you have to prepare for the Indy 500, to be able to do. Just take part in the Indy 500 is also there, I think.”

According to His, it is not certain that he will be next year with McLaren a shot at the Indy 500 in the future. The right-back keeps track of all of the options that area open.

“I will have to see what my options are,” said Alonso. “I’m going to go back to Indy and I will see what my options are. Then, I will be the most competitive option to choose.”

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