The pilot of McLaren Fernando Alonso continues to insist that he had no regrets about his decision to leave Ferrari.
In late 2014 it became known that the Spaniard is leaving the Scuderia for McLaren-Honda.
At the beginning of season 2017 Sebastian Vettel has won two of three races for Ferrari and is now one of the main contenders for the championship.
This has raised a new wave of issues to Alonso, who for the third year in a row, can’t fight even for the podium in the British team from Woking.
“I have no contract with Ferrari for this year, – quotes Fernando ESPN. – This team will win after 20 years. I really hope that the journalists will stop asking 75-year-old Alonso about whether the correct decision was to leave Ferrari.
I played for this team for five years. They won before my arrival and won when I played for them. We fought for the title until the very end.
Despite the fact that my contract with Ferrari was calculated to 2016, I still think I made the right decision by going to McLaren.
Yes, now Ferrari wins as Mercedes. You always want to be in a car that can win races, but it doesn’t change my decision. For example, after I left Renault in 2006, I was told that I shouldn’t have to leave. However, since the team did not win a single title.”
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