File - Australia would have marked a new start for Alonso at McLaren, who are also embarking on a new engine partnership with Honda.
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Fernando Alonso will race in Sunday's Malaysian Formula One Grand Prix providing he passes final fitness tests at the Sepang circuit, his McLaren team said Monday.Spanish media reported Sunday that the double world champion, who spent time in the team's simulator last week, had been cleared to travel to Malaysia after passing memory and reflex tests in England.Alonso is returning to McLaren, the team he drove for in 2007, after five years at Ferrari and at the start of a new Honda-powered era for the former champions.McLaren have played down those reports.
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