Double time world champion Fernando Alonso says that he has been discussed with Ferrari for who will like alongside him as a future team-mate.
Some reports echoed in F1 paddock that Alonso’s existing team-mate Felipe Massa possibly leave from Ferrari and who will grabs the Massa’s cockpit. Freshly the Italian squad’s principal Stefano Domenicali remarks about Sebastian Vettel had transformed interest in a Vettel-Alonso partnership. And he specially added that, Vettel and Alonso could co-exist as team-mates
“I’m in Italy every week, so when we are there sometimes when I see the president or I see Stefano and we talk about development of the car, we talk about GT – now there is some work doing a new car that will be launched at the end of the year that we are doing some tests for – we talk about the future in Formula One, about the Corsa Cliente which is owners that have old Formula One cars that they want us to be there at some circuits so I can teach some drivers, and also about future and team-mates as well.”
The Spaniard not sure who will work with him, and he added that: “I doubt it. It’s an open chat we talk about; in the end it’s their decision.”
Alonso particularly asked whether he’d welcome Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel as team-mates in future, to which he responded the same for both: “No problem.”
“Yeah I do, I have a lot of respect for Felipe and I think the challenging moments – even if from the outside it’s difficult to notice what a challenging time he’s given to me in the last three years – it’s not bad. Even if from the outside it looks easy.”
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