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IndyCar series and drivers open to Fernando Alonso return after F1 retirement

Tuesday’s declaration that Fernando Alonso will retire from Formula 1 at the end of the 2018 season left speculation running wild regarding his future plans. The Verizon IndyCar Series did not hesitate to extend an invitation to the two-time world champion. “Today’s announcement certainly has fueled excitement among INDYCAR fans who hope that Alonso will compete throughout the championship in 2019,” President and CEO of IndyCar-owning Hulman & Company Mark Miles said in a statement. He went on to detail the series’ support of McLaren in their efforts to field an IndyCar team. “McLaren is working to put all the necessary arrangements in place, and we are...
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