Published On: Thu, Aug 20th, 2020

Fernando Alonso faces Indy 500 ban as Renault F1 chief speaks out ahead of 2020 race | F1 | Sport

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He faces a serious battle if he’s to follow in F1 hero Hill’s footsteps by winning the Indy 500 but he believes “a lot of possibilities” lie before him.

“The speed was not there yesterday in practice and today in qualifying,” said Alonso. “We know that so we just wanted to put in a solid run in for qualifying with no mistakes and execute the best we could.

“I think we achieved that, and I’m happy with that. The No. 66 Ruoff Mortgage Arrow McLaren SP car was feeling great today. I think we have a good race car because the first few days we were on the competitive side.

“The starting place for the race is not changing our hopes for next Sunday. All our focus now is on the race. This place offers a lot of possibilities even for the people starting at the back, and we will be looking to take that possibility next week.”

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