Fernando Alonso is open to having another shot at the Indianapolis 500 but says winning a third F1 World title is his “main focus and priority.”
Last season, in the final year of what was a wretched partnership with Honda, the McLaren driver stepped away from Formula 1 to contest the Indy 500.
That, though, ended in disappointment as Alonso retired when his Honda engine blew.
This year, the Spaniard is looking forward to a better Formula 1 campaign with Renault now powering his McLaren F1 car.
As such he won’t be stepping away from the sport, instead competing in January’s Daytona 500 before focusing all his efforts on Formula 1.