The Spanish rider travels on you way to the united States to begin to be true with the other 32 riders that will compete alongside Fernando Alonso for the trophy Borg Warner.
After completing the 66 laps of the Grand Prix of Spain, and meet the press, Fernando Alonso has taken on a plane together with Zak Brown -Ceo of McLaren – and Eric Boullier -Sports Director of McLaren, to attend at the beginning of the free practice sessions of the Indianapolis 500-Mile race.
Fernando Alonso will be able to use the first two hours for the Rookie Orientation Program to begin work on the tuning of the car, as has already approved this procedure, which is mandatory for all beginners, in the test of the past day 3.
The inexperience of the Spanish can be partially minimized throughout the week, as Alonso will have six hours of activity on the track every day from morning to 18:00 cet until Friday 19 may. The next day, Saturday the 20th, it will be time to start the process of classification that will end on Sunday.
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