Max Verstappen reckons it would be a”waste of time” to Get Fernando In case the champion can not get a car, Alonso, to return to Formula 1.
Alonso walked away from F1 at the end of 2018 and has since wrapped Up a World Endurance Championship LMP1 title, started preparations and included a Le Mans 24 pm success, tried to win the Indianapolis 500.
But he’s continued to sign he may plan for a return When sweeping new rules will be released and many drivers are from the contract.
Red Bull racer Verstappen stated he would”absolutely” welcome Alonso back, but he said a racer”should only come back” in the”right circumstances”.
“He’s a great driver and it would be helpful to see him when he could come back, but only in a competitive car,” explained Verstappen.
“Otherwise I think that it’s just a waste of time for him. But I think he knows that himself.”
Alonso left F1 that While he won a Grand Prix, failed to yield a podium finish.
The double world champion finished runner-up three times throughout his Ferrari stint to’ 14 from 2010, but his final year with the Scuderia was stymied by the team’s poor start to this V6 era.
Red Bull, Ferrari, and Mercedes may all have chairs Available in 2021, with Valtteri Bottas, Lewis Hamilton, Verstappen, and Sebastian Vettel one of the drivers out of a contract.
“It is interesting to see in the past, with motorists wanting to come back, such as Michael [Schumacher], and it’s something you’ve done your entire life.
“I have not talked to Fernando so that I don’t know how he’s been feeling Or how much he has missed it, but I don’t think it could be bad for the sport.
“Finally, there is a lot of young children on their way up and there are only 20 seats, so he has had his time there, but there is space if no other youngsters are coming through then.
“Some that are currently here probably could be substituted, so I’d welcome it.”