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Aston Martin team boss responds to Alonso's intention to continue in F1

Fernando Alonso is far from finished at Aston Martin. The Spaniard is more motivated than ever to make a success of his stay at the British racing stable. The two-time world champion recently expressed his hope to continue driving for several more years with his current employer. Team boss Mike Krack reacted enthusiastically when confronted with those words. Article continues under ad Speaking to GPblog and others, Krack was asked in Spain how long Alonso can stay at Aston Martin. "It's nice to hear that, that he has said that, several years. We will be happy with that. I think the main thing, and this is one of the big qualities, is the desire to be at the front, to have the...
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