Since the announcement of few main player in the F1 to quit the 2010 F1 Season,Fernando alonso start to woory about his future career. He said he dont want to join the small team,Read the full story from Thestar below.
FERNANDO ALONSO WORRIES ABOUT HIS FUTURE
MONACO: Double world champion Fernando Alonso feared for his future on Wednesday with Renault and Ferrari threatening to quit Formula One if the 2010 regulations are not rewritten.
“Here… I will be 100 percent focused on the grand prix, with the weekend,” the Spaniard, who has been regularly linked with a move to Ferrari from Renault, told reporters at the Monaco Grand Prix.
“But it is true that last week when I was at home it was impossible to switch off because I don’t know if this will be my last time in Monaco.
“If the big teams and the big manufacturers leave Formula One then I don’t want to race with small teams, because it is not any more F1 and there are many other categories,” added the 27-year-old.
The governing International Automobile Federation (FIA) has put forward an optional £40mil budget cap for 2010 with those accepting it offered greater technical freedom than teams staying with unrestricted budgets.
Although FIA president Max Mosley has said there will not be a two-tier championship, with all teams expected to race with a cap, champions Ferrari have said they cannot accept the regulations.
Renault, Toyota and the two Red Bull teams have also said they will not submit their entries to next year’s championship by a May 29 deadline unless there is a change.
The standoff threatens to tear the sport apart, with teams from lower categories eager to come in if the price is right while the manufacturers head for the exit.
“For me, it is strange that no one sat down and thought how we are damaging the sport, how much damage the sport has had in the last two months,” said Alonso.
“To have those three or four new teams and losing seven of the big manufacturers I cannot understand. (It would be) not losing only seven manufacturers but losing the 10 best drivers in the world.