"In Bahrain we have seen Alonso twice champion"

"His return is great for Formula 1, I'm looking forward to seeing what he can do," says Ross Brawn, Formula 1 sporting director.


A setback in the batteries of the power unit and an overheating in the rear brakes of the A521, after the cooling ducts were clogged by several pieces of carbon fiber and a sandwich wrap, were the two reasons that forced Fernando Alonso to return early to Alpine's garage at the 2021 Bahrain GP.

A abandonment in his first race in the Formula 1 World Championship after three years retired that did not change Alonso's optimism about the potential of the French car, as AS was able to verify in a talk with the Asturian in the Sakhir paddock, nor nor the enthusiasm of the Formula 1 sports director to see Fernando fighting in front of the Gran Circo grid.

"Alonso's return is great for F1"

Ross Brawn points out in the column he writes every Monday after the race on the official championship website that in the city of Manama it has been possible to contemplate again that talent that made the driver of Oviedo in 2005 and 2006, although he urged the Enstone team to develop the car to match the performance of Ferrari, McLaren or AlphaTauri: "In Bahrain we could see the former Fernando Alonso, who showed those details of talent with which he won two world championships back in the day. When Alpine develops his car a bit more, Alonso should entertain us in the future. His return is great for Formula 1, I'm looking forward to seeing what he can do. "

A request, to increase the speed and reliability of the A521, which will be pleased at the 2021 Emilia-Romagna GP, since as soon as the appointment in the Persian Gulf country ends, Marcin Budkowski announced that they will introduce "a fairly large update" to try to bring to the asphalt the performance that the blue car offers in the wind tunnel of the County Oxfordshire (United Kingdom).

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