Alonso rules out Bathurst 1000 start in short term

Alonso rules out Bathurst 1000 start in short term

21 June 2019

- Pirtek Enduro Cup, Supercars

Fernando Alonso has ruled out the prospect of competing in the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 in the foreseeable future, but has not completely shut down the idea Read More

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