Aston Martin Are Not Going Anywhere Just Yet

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Not long after it came to light that multiple world champion Fernando Alonso had extended his stint with his current team to stay on that Aston Martin have made public their intentions of staying on in the Formula 1 world.

According to various news updates from the world of Motor Racing, just a few hours ago it became known that Aston Martin have committed to F1 until the year 2030. In here, lies an interesting catch.

A media statement issued from the famed Aston Martin group seems to suggest that the popular racing stable have committed to their F1 future for, at least, until 2030. Which clearly means that they could stay on for even longer after that stipulated time period.

This is a double bonanza for racing fans and not necessarily only those who hail from Spain, the land of Fernando Alonso and his current team stationed in Great Britain.

It is confirmed news that the Silverstone-based team have extended their sponsorship as the name of the outfit until the year 2030.

An official statement from the racing group carried insights of the team’s executive chairman Lawrence Stroll pertaining to the future of the team and suggested:

“Formula 1 has helped transform the nature of the business and give us the performance credentials and credibility by putting it into our road cars.”

However, that’s not all; the Canadian Billionaire and father to Lance Stroll also highlighted the following:

“Not only has Formula 1 given us the 2.3 billion viewers that see a beautiful British racing green Aston Martin 24 weekends this season; it’s also brought us a much younger customer to Aston Martin.”

Purely from the perspective of signing racing legends, it must be said that Aston Martin haven’t done a bad job at all. In their recent past, they had the services of four time F1 world champion Sebastian Vettel and not long after the celebrated German moved on from the tectonic world of F1 that the Spanish samurai Fernando Alonso was signed on by the Silverstone-based stable.

Just last year, Alonso emerged as the pick of the drivers, claiming regular fighting podium finishes in his close battles with the likes of Red Bull and Ferrari. However, despite showing significant race pace, Aston Martin are yet to claim their maiden podium position for 2024. Who knows, it may just be around the corner?

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