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McLaren team boss Zak Brown and former boss Fernando Alonso said Alonso's time at McLaren was terrible, referring only to the results. But as for Alonso as a driver and team member, he said he was a complete professional in his job. From next season, after a two-year absence, Alonso will drive for Renault, which will be given a new name - Alpine. Brown said he expects Alonso as a fierce competitor to his team.
"I really enjoyed racing with him."
“We have an extraordinary relationship. We had a lot more bad times on the racetrack than good ones, unfortunately, and he gained a reputation like I’ve never actually seen. Everyone said it was going to be hard to manage, and it was pretty easy for me to work with. ”
"His work ethic and intelligence are unmatched and I think he will be a fierce competitor at Renault."
"He's probably the best versatile driver, certainly one I've worked with in my short time in Formula 1. I think speeds will certainly be, so he's a guy who's going to be hard to beat on the track."Zak Brown
But not everyone agrees with Zak's opinion. Felipe Massa recently said he thinks Fernando Alonso’s return next season will resemble Michael Schumacher’s return to Mercedes in 2010. Brown added that he and Alonso have a quality relationship, which was evident in his permission for Fernando to miss the 2017 Monaco GP to participate in the Indianapolis 500.
"He gave everything he got, in every round, every weekend, whether it was seventh or seventeenth place."
"He is a total professional. Going to Indianapolis in 2017 was phenomenal. I think we shocked the world with that decision and he led 27 laps, so it was a high moment. "
"I let him go to Le Mans, which he won, we did Dayton together, so I have an outstanding relationship with him and a lot of respect."Zak Brown
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