'Then my return would be a real option' - Alonso vows to 'study' the 2021 rules

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Two-time Formula 1 champion Fernando Alonso says he will study the soon-to-be-released 2021 rules in detail.

The 38-year-old Spaniard will tackle Dakar and the Indy 500 next year, but he is leaving the door open for a return to Formula 1 in 2021.

Possible comeback

"After the Dakar, I want to try Indy again," the two-time champion is quoted by Corriere dello Sport.


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"But then I will study the new F1 rules very carefully. When they are officially announced, and I believe there really will be a chance for more than just one team to win, then my return would be a real option," Alonso added.

READ | Fernando Alonso calls off his planned visit to the US Grand Prix

Chase Carey, Ross Brawn, Nikolas Tombazis and Jean Todt will announce the highly anticipated and controversial 2021 rules in Austin on Thursday.

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