McLaren's Spanish Formula 1 driver Fernando Alonso attends a press conference at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo in the outskirts of Barcelona on May 10, 2018 ahead of the Spanish Formula One Grand Prix. / AFP / LLUIS GENE
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Fernando Alonso Thursday bemoaned his lack of any real home advantage for this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix and hinted that he may be considering a future without Formula One next year. The two-time world champion, who has one win at the Circuit de Catalunya to his name, told reporters that he felt saddened by the current direction of F1 and would not decide his plans for 2019 until after this year's European summer break.Talking ahead of this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix, he suggested he was feeling the strain of his efforts to combine racing in different series.Alonso is highly regarded by all of the leading F1 drivers despite it being five years this weekend since he last won a Grand Prix.
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