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Two-time world champion “Formula 1” will miss the start of the season

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The environment of the rookie British team McLaren Fernando Alonso has said that apparently the Spaniard will miss the start of the Grand Prix of world Cup 2015. Two-time world champion was injured during a test session at the circuit “Catalunya-Montmelo” in Barcelona. The departure of the racer off the track provoked no public outcry, but as it turned out, the pilot of the 3 days spent in a hospital bed.

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This circumstance aroused the IRE of the International automobile Federation, which is heavily concerned by the safety of participants in the most popular in Europe series. FIA plans to examine all the details of the incident. Manager Fernando leaves the question, saying that his client ought to relax. But such evasive wording and worrying over the condition of one of the strongest drivers of our time.

Recall that the tests in the capital of the Spanish region of Catalonia was launched on 19 February and the second session began on Thursday, February 26. In it, Alonso will not accept, and the leadership of the McLaren trust continued work to its main finalist, the Dane Kevin Magnussen. We will remind, the Spaniard who owned the title of world champion in 2005 and 2006, as he tried and failed to win the third title with Ferrari, though, and fought to the last. And autumn shuffle on the market of pilots (in the “Scuderia” was invited 4 times championa world Sebastian Vettel) almost left Astoria without work. But McLaren turned up, which to the delight of nostalgic for the era of the joint statement by Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna would be almost a quarter of a century later, equipped with a power unit Honda.

Tests in the vicinity of Barcelona runs until 1 February, after which they will be closed until the start of the season. The first race is traditionally held on the Australian circuit “albert Park” in Melbourne on March 15. According to initial forecasts, the car Alonso will be there to fly the same Kevin Magnussen.

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