Aston Martin stakeholder teases what’s to come with Fernando Alonso move as cryptic tweet makes bold prediction

The effervescent and persistent Spaniard, Fernando Alonso, won’t be leaving Formula 1 anytime soon. The 41-year-old has shown excellent pace for Alpine during the current season. The best example of this is his qualifying performance at the Canadian GP through which he secured a front row.

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Due to his incredible pace for the France team, the Spaniard has been set for a contract extension. However, the double world champion shocked the F1 world and decided to change teams. Alonso will drive Aston Martin from 2023. Aston Martin is currently ninth, to Alpine fourth, in the constructors’ standings.

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A puzzling decision and resignation for most, but most are unaware or unaware of Aston Martin’s plan for the 2023 season. coming. The headquarters will be equipped for manufacturing and engineering and will also feature a wind tunnel.

Formula One F1 – Spanish Grand Prix – Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, Barcelona, ​​Spain – May 20, 2022 Alpine’s Fernando Alonso during a news conference REUTERS/Nacho Doce

Apart from the infrastructure, the British automaker also has an amazing team to utilize the facilities. The leader of this team is the talented British engineer Dan Fallows. Suit, formerly of Red Bull, is an aerodynamicist and technical director at Aston Martin. At Red Bull, Fallows enjoyed the incredible era of league wins from 2010 to 2013 and led the team into the hybrid era.

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After spending a decade with the Milton-Keynes team, Fallows moved to Aston Martin for the 2022 season. The first season didn’t go to plan as the team play catch-up at the back of the grid. However, Fallows’ recent tweet is causing a stir in the F1 world.

Dan Fallows tweet could explain why Fernando Alonso joined Aston Martin

The tweet generating all the hype around Aston Martin is a throwback photo of Fallows himself and a former Red Bull partnership. The partnership includes world champion Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo as teammates on the podium with Fallows. Fallow subtitle photos, “Review 2017. More of these to come but in a different color scheme.

The Briton will oversee production of the 2023 Aston Martin car and it is his expertise which, coupled with the tweet, gives fans hope.

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Now, Alonso’s move to a side that is currently doing poorly also makes a lot more sense to the fans. It will be interesting to see if this partnership is a masterstroke or a hit and miss for Aston Martin next season.

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