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The key justifications given by the Aston Martin team for signing Fernando Alonso for the 2023 Formula One season were outlined by team principal Mike Krack. The British squad signed Alonso to a multi-year contract mostly because of his championship-winning attitude, sheer speed, and “hunger” for the game, according to the Luxembourgish team manager.

Fernando Alonso is the oldest driver on the grid and a two-time world champion. He will take Sebastian Vettel’s seat at Aston Martin in 2023, cementing his place in the sport. Given that the Spaniard entered Formula One in 2001 and has spent more than 20 years competing in the sport, his raw pace is all the more impressive.

At the Singapore Grand Prix in 2022, the Alpine driver will become the first driver to accumulate 350 starts. According to Mike Krack of Aston Martin, having a driver like Alonso for the British team is advantageous since the Spaniard has a habit of making the squad feel uncomfortable. Krack thinks Alonso’s mentality will enable the group to patch up all of its weaknesses and compete at the top.

Well, he’s a champion, Mike Krack said to Sky F1. They are [champions] for a reason, and that reason is that they are fiercely competitive. They are probing the appropriate questions and pushing the teams to the edge, and we believe it’s crucial to have someone of that caliber ask some challenging questions as well. And it forces us to advance further. Having individuals like that, in my opinion, is best for the team.

Fernando Alonso intends to finish 400 races before calling it a day in Formula One

Major factors cited by the head of Aston Martin for signing Fernando Alonso for the 2023 Formula One season
Major factors cited by the head of Aston Martin for signing Fernando Alonso for the 2023 Formula One season

ALSO READ: Lewis Hamilton Prefers to Start Last in F1 Races Instead of First

Before calling it quits on his Formula One career, Fernando Alonso believes he wants to finish 400 races. The driver has experienced it all, dethroning the legendary Michael Schumacher by winning two titles with Renault in 2005 and 2006.

With 349 race starts, Alonso is presently tied with Kimi Raikkonen for the most. At the upcoming 2022 F1 Singapore GP later this month, Alonso is expected to surpass the record.

Prior to the race in Monza, Fernando Alonso talked about eclipsing Raikonnen’s record and winning 400 races. He claimed that it was made feasible by his enthusiasm for driving and enjoyment of the game. It was a Spaniard.

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“However long I remain in Formula 1, I’m glad to have competed for so many years and to have two more seasons coming up. I’ll definitely pass 400, so that’s a significant amount. It demonstrates my love for the game and my commitment to excellence. The team will definitely not award you 400 grand Prix if you are not performing.”

ALSO READ: George Russell of Mercedes on the Impact of the Safety Car During the 2022 Italian GP

The key justifications given by the Aston Martin team for signing Fernando Alonso for the 2023 Formula One season were outlined by team principal Mike Krack. The British squad signed Alonso to a multi-year contract mostly because of his championship-winning attitude, sheer speed, and “hunger” for the game, according to the Luxembourgish team manager.

Fernando Alonso is the oldest driver on the grid and a two-time world champion. He will take Sebastian Vettel’s seat at Aston Martin in 2023, cementing his place in the sport. Given that the Spaniard entered Formula One in 2001 and has spent more than 20 years competing in the sport, his raw pace is all the more impressive.

At the Singapore Grand Prix in 2022, the Alpine driver will become the first driver to accumulate 350 starts. According to Mike Krack of Aston Martin, having a driver like Alonso for the British team is advantageous since the Spaniard has a habit of making the squad feel uncomfortable. Krack thinks Alonso’s mentality will enable the group to patch up all of its weaknesses and compete at the top.

Well, he’s a champion, Mike Krack said to Sky F1. They are [champions] for a reason, and that reason is that they are fiercely competitive. They are probing the appropriate questions and pushing the teams to the edge, and we believe it’s crucial to have someone of that caliber ask some challenging questions as well. And it forces us to advance further. Having individuals like that, in my opinion, is best for the team.

Fernando Alonso intends to finish 400 races before calling it a day in Formula One

Major factors cited by the head of Aston Martin for signing Fernando Alonso for the 2023 Formula One season
Major factors cited by the head of Aston Martin for signing Fernando Alonso for the 2023 Formula One season

ALSO READ: Lewis Hamilton Prefers to Start Last in F1 Races Instead of First

Before calling it quits on his Formula One career, Fernando Alonso believes he wants to finish 400 races. The driver has experienced it all, dethroning the legendary Michael Schumacher by winning two titles with Renault in 2005 and 2006.

With 349 race starts, Alonso is presently tied with Kimi Raikkonen for the most. At the upcoming 2022 F1 Singapore GP later this month, Alonso is expected to surpass the record.

Prior to the race in Monza, Fernando Alonso talked about eclipsing Raikonnen’s record and winning 400 races. He claimed that it was made feasible by his enthusiasm for driving and enjoyment of the game. It was a Spaniard.

“However long I remain in Formula 1, I’m glad to have competed for so many years and to have two more seasons coming up. I’ll definitely pass 400, so that’s a significant amount. It demonstrates my love for the game and my commitment to excellence. The team will definitely not award you 400 grand Prix if you are not performing.”

ALSO READ: George Russell of Mercedes on the Impact of the Safety Car During the 2022 Italian GP

The key justifications given by the Aston Martin team for signing Fernando Alonso for the 2023 Formula One season were outlined by team principal Mike Krack. The British squad signed Alonso to a multi-year contract mostly because of his championship-winning attitude, sheer speed, and “hunger” for the game, according to the Luxembourgish team manager.

Fernando Alonso is the oldest driver on the grid and a two-time world champion. He will take Sebastian Vettel’s seat at Aston Martin in 2023, cementing his place in the sport. Given that the Spaniard entered Formula One in 2001 and has spent more than 20 years competing in the sport, his raw pace is all the more impressive.

At the Singapore Grand Prix in 2022, the Alpine driver will become the first driver to accumulate 350 starts. According to Mike Krack of Aston Martin, having a driver like Alonso for the British team is advantageous since the Spaniard has a habit of making the squad feel uncomfortable. Krack thinks Alonso’s mentality will enable the group to patch up all of its weaknesses and compete at the top.

Well, he’s a champion, Mike Krack said to Sky F1. They are [champions] for a reason, and that reason is that they are fiercely competitive. They are probing the appropriate questions and pushing the teams to the edge, and we believe it’s crucial to have someone of that caliber ask some challenging questions as well. And it forces us to advance further. Having individuals like that, in my opinion, is best for the team.

Fernando Alonso intends to finish 400 races before calling it a day in Formula One

Major factors cited by the head of Aston Martin for signing Fernando Alonso for the 2023 Formula One season
Major factors cited by the head of Aston Martin for signing Fernando Alonso for the 2023 Formula One season

ALSO READ: Lewis Hamilton Prefers to Start Last in F1 Races Instead of First

Before calling it quits on his Formula One career, Fernando Alonso believes he wants to finish 400 races. The driver has experienced it all, dethroning the legendary Michael Schumacher by winning two titles with Renault in 2005 and 2006.

With 349 race starts, Alonso is presently tied with Kimi Raikkonen for the most. At the upcoming 2022 F1 Singapore GP later this month, Alonso is expected to surpass the record.

Prior to the race in Monza, Fernando Alonso talked about eclipsing Raikonnen’s record and winning 400 races. He claimed that it was made feasible by his enthusiasm for driving and enjoyment of the game. It was a Spaniard.

“However long I remain in Formula 1, I’m glad to have competed for so many years and to have two more seasons coming up. I’ll definitely pass 400, so that’s a significant amount. It demonstrates my love for the game and my commitment to excellence. The team will definitely not award you 400 grand Prix if you are not performing.”

ALSO READ: George Russell of Mercedes on the Impact of the Safety Car During the 2022 Italian GP

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