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Button: I expect a modest Fernando Alonso

Tomislav Tkalčević

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After a two-year absence from Formula 1 racing, 2005 and 2006 champion Fernando Alonso is back on track and racing. He joined Alpine, the renamed Renault, the team with which he won the titles.

When Alonso returned for the first time to Formula 1 racing in McLaren, his teammate for the first two years was Jenson Button who got to know him so well and knows how Fernando works. Asked during an interview for PlanetF1 what he thinks of Alonso’s return to Formula 1 he said he believes Alonso will be more modest.

"I think it's great. He is a real personality and I think he has learned to be a little more modest over the last few years. ”

“I think you will see a really strong Fernando who is behaving nicely. It’s really good for the sport, really good for him and he seems to be working really hard on fitness, which is great. She will have to, she is no longer a young hen! ”

Jenson Button

Jenson Button thinks Renault made a good move when they took Alonso as a replacement for Daniel Ricciard who announced he would join McLaren. Alonso and his 15-year-younger teammate Esteban Ocon make an interesting blend of youth and experience.

“It’s also good for Renault, the team with which [Alonso] won two World Cups, to get back to them. Fernando has a lot of big shoes to fill because Daniel Ricciardo was extremely good. ”

“It will be super fun to see Daniel in McLaren along with Land. But yes, it's great to see Fernando on the grid again. "

Jenson Button

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16 comments

  1. It is to be expected that the legend will not be even close to that old Fernando, but it is nice to have him back in a more competitive car than when he said goodbye 👍



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  2. Why would a two-time world champion and a top driver be modest on the track at all ?!



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    • Blue Flag dFixxx3r Show

      modest in terms of expectations. modest to the environment - mechanics and fans. there will surely be a lion behind the wheel.
      so come on, you all know what years and old age bring, maturing, and moving away from some world.
      you know what it carries when you return to that world. at least we are all 30+



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  3. Too bad the most complete driver only has 2 titles.



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    • Ayrton Senna LR7 Show

      I took those two there to some Michael Schumacher and that's not a small harmless thing, but then MS was the strongest;)



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      • Niki Lauda wapi Donator Show

        He was not the "strongest", Bridgestone suddenly forgot how to make tires for a year and a half



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        • Ayrton Senna LR7 Show

          Mileni Bridgestone failed 1 season and the previous one was almost a dead bucket race..Without googlam I remember the tough MS to take the title but it just didn't go against the combination of FA and Renolćek.And then it was worth that you have to have a strong car but then swords crossed two players a little stronger and the title went to the Spaniard..This 'strongest' you must have realized that sarcasm;)



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        • Niki Lauda wapi Donator Show

          2004 was not a dead race
          2005 Bridgestone doesn't know how to make tires
          2006 Equal season - one withdrawal was more decisive.



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