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But even before all that, he'll will be at Barber Motorsports Park this weekend.
Alonso will be on hand for the Indy Car Grand Prix of Alabama.
Two-time Formula One champion Fernando Alonso is set to rack up some extra frequent flyer miles in the coming weeks.
Prior to the Indy 500, he still has to (hopefully) finish two Formula One races, with an Indy Car test in between them.
"At least in the years that I had a [Ferrari] contract, 20, I still think I took a good decision to come in Mc Laren. I worked with some of the best engineers I ever worked with."And there [at Ferrari] it arrived the time that it was too stressful not to keep winning, When you are in your first, second, third year it's okay, when you're in your seventh, eighth year it's very difficult.
So the quality of life improved in the last two years despite the results."Now they are winning, like Mercedes is winning, but it doesn't take [away] what I did in the past.
I was always in a competitive car, thank god, and I had the opportunity to reach things [others haven't]."There are many talented drivers here who have never been on the podium.
We will see what the future brings but at the minute I'm quite happy with what I did and what I am today." The Spaniard was asked again in Sochi about his reasons for quitting Ferrari with two years left on his contract at the end of 2014 in light of his old team's current position at the head of the world championship.
"And despite the lack of results since his return to Mc Laren, Alonso reiterated that he personally got more out of 2015-16 than he would have done by staying at Maranello."We would like to be more competitive here, that's for sure," added Alonso.His choice was Italian Giancarlo Fisichella who was with him at Renault in 2005.Bananas, courgettes, apple juice, bicycles, watches and Moto GP all got mentions, but the question that caused him most thought was the last one, "If you could pick just one person to date…" The popular F1 driver thought this particular answer may end up "all over the Spanish papers! When asked which meal he'd pick to eat for the rest of your life he said pizza..the one topping being jamón, obviously!Fifa was his one video game choice, a book by Andre Agassi his one read, and if given just one sport to play he would not choose motor racing. The Asturian has had several teammates in his professional career, including Britain's Lewis Hamilton, so having to pick one single teammate could have been a challenge.