Forget Hamilton, Vettel and Raikkonen, next weekend Alonso will take on Pagenaud, Dixon, Hunter-Reay and the rest of the 33-strong Indy 500 field.
Fernando Alonso says the role of the driver is more important in IndyCar than in F1 following his first test in preparation for the Indianapolis 500.
Fernando Alonso has taken note of how Alexander Rossi won the Indianapolis 500 and is planning to repeat the feat on his debut this year.
Fernando Alonso says his bid to win the Indianapolis 500 stems from his desire to “grow up” as a racing driver.
Fernando Alonso says his shock decision to race at the Indianapolis 500 would not have happened when Ron Dennis was still in charge at McLaren.
IndyCar drivers have reacted with surprise and excitement at the news Fernando Alonso will join them for this year’s Indianapolis 500.
Fernando Alonso explained how his decision to race in this year’s Indianapolis 500 came from a desire to prove himself as the best racing driver in the world.
Fernando Alonso entering the Monaco Grand Prix is good news for him, even better for IndyCar – and it’s definitely not bad news for Formula One.
IndyCar’s chief executive officer Mark Miles says the championship is “thrilled” by the news Fernando Alonso will compete in thus year’s Indianapolis 500 with McLaren.
Fernando Alonso believes he has produced two of the best performances of his career in the opening races of 2017.
Fernando Alonso is braced for a tough start to the 2017 F1 season at McLaren following the team’s struggles in testing.
Fernando Alonso faced the media after the sixth day of pre-season testing to give his reaction to a difficult start to the season for McLaren. Here’s what he had to say.
Fernando Alonso says he is at the top of his game and is not ready to stop racing despite facing another tough season at McLaren.
Fernando Alonso says Formula One’s new cars for 2017 could make it harder to tell which drivers are performing best.
Fernando Alonso says Formula One’s new regulations for 2017 are an improvement after the “horrible cars” of previous seasons.
Fernando Alonso admitted McLaren’s start to testing was “definitely not perfect” after problems relating to his power unit limited him to just 29 laps on day one.
Valtteri Bottas has landed the coveted Mercedes seat for this year but it could open up for some big names in 2018.
Two world champions in one team can be an explosive combination but for Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button it was usually the car which was blowing up.
Two-times Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso swaps notes with another Honda-powered Spaniard: Dani Pedrosa.
Fernando Alonso will not cut short his McLaren contract to fill Nico Rosberg’s vacant seat at Mercedes, his manager has confirmed.