The double world champion Fernando Alonso has apparently no ambitions to become a new Tom Kristensen, although the 37-year-old spaniard after his Formula 1 exit at high speed is well in time to sit on the throne as sportsvognsklassens new uncrowned king.
Despite the great success he has so many plans for the future, the likelihood that he will continue as sportsvognskører, is fifty-fifty.
At the weekend could the spaniard otherwise, put a checkmark next to the season's first big race, the 24 hours at Daytona, where he won a most spectacular victory.
It will be in the coming months, which will determine the future of the long-standing Formula 1 star, which after a few well-paid years at the troubled McLaren have been hungry again and will be the world's best motorsportskører over a broad spectrum.
in Addition to Fernando Alonso are on the way to becoming a world champion in sportsvognsklassen, where the current supersæson be completed in mid-June with the Le Mans, he shall at the end of may to run the USA's biggest race, the Indy 500.
With a win at the famous ovalbane, the Spanish superstar will be the only other run in the history that has made the so-called Triple Crown, which in the motor sport world is to win the Formula 1 in Monaco, the Le Mans 24 hours and the Indy 500.
Only the deceased Graham Hill has won the three races which counted for the largest.
Thus flirts Fernando Alonso already with both the american Nascar series and the Dakar rally.
He has already 'piloted' the seven-fold Nascar-winner Jommie Johnson's 'world championship winning' in Bahrain, and next month he is going to Qatar to test this year's Dakar winner, Nasser Al-Attiyahs winning pick up from ørkenløbet, which this year was run in Peru.
- I have many challenges that await, I do not know anything about the future, Fernando Alonso explained that before the Indy 500 and Le Mans should run two races in sportsvognenes VM-series, Sebring and Spa.
this is The outcome of these races, which will be essential for spanierens future.
Last year's Le Mans victory was in the weekend followed up with a spectacular victory at Daytona.
Although the rain has always been a part of the season's first big race, it's never the rain as much as in years.
10 minutes before the time was Fernando Alonso along with Kamui Kobayashi, Japan, Jordan Taylor, the UNITED states and Renger van der Zande, the Netherlands, who represented manning in Cadillac, touted as winners, as massive rain for the second time had triggered the red flag and parked the box in the pit.
After 90 minutes of waiting realized the organizers that the race could not be resumed.
It was Fernando Alonso, who with a good two hours left of the race, had captured the lead after a fierce duel with another former Formula 1 driver, Felipe Nasr, Brazil, who, after being smoked out in the Sauber has become a big name in the UNITED states, and pt. is the reigning sportsvognsmester in 'the big class'.
The two Danish participants, the current champion in the GT Le Mans class, Jan Magnussen and former champion in the GT Daytona class, Chrstina Nielsen were both well inside the race within their teams/cars ran into accidents.
the Electronics failed in Corvetten, so Antonio Garcia ran out of fuel and had to be transported back into the pit. It is cost three laps.
Christina Nielsen's options for a win disappeared when one of medkørerne in kvindebilen, Kathrine Legge from the fourth smoke of the track and into the wall. It took half an hour to repair the damage.
A puncture was to blame for the returnees OL-paracyklist, the former Formula 1 driver Alex Zanardi was not in the fight for the victory in the GT Le Mans class. The race was won by a søsterbil from BMW, while Jan Magnussen because of Antonio Garcia's 'accident' may have to settle with a sixth place finish.