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Alonso, on his decision: "I Want to know more of the plans of Renault"

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Alonso, on his decision: "I Want to know more of the plans of Renault"

The pilot is torn between signing his renewal for one year or for three, as he wants team to british

Red Bull dominates in Singapore and McLaren transmits good sensations

The Spanish pilot of Formula 1 Fernando Alonso said on his continuity in team, McLaren, this Friday announced that it will use Renault engines from next season, that he wants to "know more" of plans of French manufacturer before taking a decision.

"I didn't expect any change, we'll see. I don't have specific information of what is expected Renault, improvements that he has prepared for coming year... After race I will contact m to know more of your plans and take a decision," said Alonso when asked about change of engine from McLaren.

Questioned about wher with a Renault engine in chassis McLaren of today would be fighting for victory, Spanish said that y are "calculations impossible", and recalled that in next season you can "change everything". The champion of world (in 2005 and 2006 with Renault team) recalled that re remain fifteen days of month of September, which hopes to resolve his future, and also spoke about pace of his fellow countryman Carlos Sainz, which in 2018 will run in Renault.

"It's fantastic, best news we could have. Renault is a manufacturer, a team of 'top', so after three years in Toro Rosso he gets first opportunity to a team official, and not sure going to miss because it is one of best of grill," said Alonso.

On first day of practice at Singapore Grand Prix, in which he was eighth and seventh, said that y are "in line of what is expected" and that y expect to be "competitive" in street circuit of Marina Bay. "We know that in this circuit we have to be competitive with respect to Belgium and Monza. To see if we can confirm it tomorrow in Q3, we need those points to move up in constructors," he concluded.

"The renovation, last piece of puzzle"

despite misgivings of Fernando Alonso, from McLaren seem to have it more clear, ell, executive director, Zak Brown, has explained that Spanish rider "he is very happy with solution technique" adopted by team for future and added that renewal of Spanish pilot "is last piece of puzzle" still missing.

"We've been talking a lot with Fernando. He is very happy with technical solution that we have adopted, he won his two world titles with Renault, and we are very happy with it. The future is last piece of puzzle", recognized Brown at a press conference in Singapore.

in Respect of this agreement to four bands this Friday has rocked Formula 1, did not hide that " process has been a very public one that has involved many people", and stressed that y are "very happy of this new union with Renault". "I want to thank Honda because y have been great allies. We have not achieved expected results, but y have given everything y had. There has not been a key to this separation, from test of winter we already saw that we were in trouble," recalled u.s. executive.

After signing three years with Renault, McLaren has made clear that "this is not a short-term fix". "We know that rules will change in 2020, so it is a nonsense to talk about 2021 because we don't know what's going to happen. Now we have a new long-term relationship with a good base. Renault is has much history and many successes. We are very happy because we believe that we will be very competitive toger," he confided.

Ceiling of expenditure in Formula 1

About next challenges that await McLaren, after a three-year period to forget along with Honda, Brown noted that his "greatest concern is to keep costs under control" and to this end requested organization of World to act.

"The reasons of distances between cars are budgets and more money re is, distance becomes greater. It is something that should make Formula 1. The grill should be much more balanced and hopefully that happens from 2021," wanted for future.

In this regard, said that McLaren are "in favor of having a spending ceiling". "Most or sports have it and that would balance competition. There are teams that get an extra just because. If we ask this is because we believe that's going to help at all. to 150 million of dollars is among suitable figures, valued.

finally, Brown also called for a change in system of sanctions in starting grid. "We we are experts in sanctions and we have to change m because it is something that confuses fans. There has to be something better. I have not thought of right solution, but when fans come to races y want to see best drivers in site that corresponds to m. Without a doubt re should be some kind of sanctions, but it should be more clear," he called.

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