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Fernando Alonso stepped up his preparations for the Indy 500 with a third practice ahead of the race later this month.
Fernando Alonso steps up his preparations for this weekend's Indy 500.
Sky F1's Damon Hill sits down with Fernando Alonso ahead of his home grand prix in Spain, and his last race before travelling to the USA to participate in the Indy 500.
Damon Hill talks to Fernando Alonso about his attempt to win the racing drivers' Triple Crown, Graham Hill being the only driver to complete the feat.
Ted Kravitz catches up with Jenson Button who makes his highly anticipated return to F1 in a couple of weeks replacing Fernando Alonso for the Monaco GP.
In the first of our new series, Sky F1 takes a look at the Mavericks of F1 through the years, starting with double World Champion Fernando Alonso.
Ted Kravitz talks to Jenson Button about his return to F1 for the Monaco GP to replace Fernando Alonso.
McLaren Racing Director Eric Boullier answers questions over Fernando Alonso's future.
Fernando Alonso suffers more engine woes as his car only makes the first couple of corners before it fails in P1 of the Spanish GP.
McLaren's Fernando Alonso talks about where he will be in 2018.
Jenson Button will replace Fernando Alonso at McLaren for the Monaco Grand Prix, when Alonso races in the Indy500 instead. Button has said he's lost none of his driving skills since leaving F1 last year.
McLaren driver Fernando Alonso can now officially take part in the Indy 500 after completing the mandatory Rookie Orientation Programme. Afterwards he described the differences between IndyCar and F1.
Natalie Pinkham is joined by Sky F1's Pat Symonds and Marc Priestley to preview the Russian Grand Prix.
Sky F1's Pat Symonds thinks that Fernando Alonso's decision to miss Monaco in favour of the Indianapolis 500 is a positive decision and it's 'winners all round' for motorsport fans.
McLaren's executive director Zak Brown spoke candidly after the Bahrain GP and said that making a great car is key to the team retaining Fernando Alonso as a driver.
It was another difficult day for McLaren in Bahrain and Fernando Alonso voiced his displeasure over their performance over team radio before retiring.
McLaren's Fernando Alonso confirms the team have suffered yet another engine failure during Q2 in Bahrain, which leaves the Spaniard in 15th place ahead of any penalties.
Jenson Button will come out of Formula 1 retirement to replace Fernando Alonso for McLaren at the Monaco Grand Prix, after the Spaniard agreed to take part in the Indy 500.
Fernando Alonso has backed whoever replaces him at the Monaco Grand Prix as he drives at the Indy 500 to have no problems adapting to McLaren's new car this season.
Lewis Hamilton would like to see Jenson Button back in the McLaren for Monaco after Fernando Alonso announced he will be missing Monte Carlo to race in the Indianapolis 500.
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