The 25-year-old has been runner-up in Spanish F3, and finished third in EuroFormula Open, Japanese Formula 3 and Japanese Super Formula
Movistar+ reveals a very important interview about the game MotorSince you talked about upcoming and possible substitute From Fernando Alonso, This is none other than Alex Palo, little known in Spain, but adored in the United States. For this reason, many wonder who he is and why the program focused on him.
In this way, Alex Palo embodies the figure of the pilot who has great talent but faces one of the biggest obstacles for all who want to start this specialty and that is money. You need a lot of financial power or a lot of savings to get started in motorsport. it would call to be substitute From Fernando Alonso future.
Fernando Alonso’s replacement has managed to make a career move thanks to Adrian Campos
It wasn’t until Valencian Adrian Campos crossed his path, the same one who discovered Fernando Alonso and led him to F1. However, the case of Palau is different. The Catalan tried to follow a similar path to Heaven, although his arrival in Formula 1 took a different route.
After an arduous journey through the desert between Europe, Japan and the United States, he is now enjoying success. He was the reigning IndyCar champion after only one year of experience and was on the verge of winning the legendary Indianapolis 500 twice. Then Chipganassi who bet on him in 2020.
Julio Morales has been a journalist testifying to the life of the Spanish
He would continue with Ganassi and be McLaren’s reserve driver in some F1 races. It is a backward step as it will end as a beginning. A controversy, by the way, that does not include the program, which focuses on the last edition of the Indianapolis 500, in which Palu was able to win.
“With this Plus+ report, Alex follows the path of a long list of athletes who have marked before and afters in Spanish sport. It is a source of pride that a driver and youth of his category is in this program represents the world of motorsports”, said Julio Morales, director of the Vamos de Movistar+ channel.