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Brown weighing options on Alonso's Indy future

A game of intercontinental chess is playing out between Verizon IndyCar Series and Formula 1 teams that could determine when – or if – Fernando Alonso appears in an IndyCar again. The May alliance between McLaren Honda and the Honda-powered Andretti Autosport program brought two-time world champion Fernando Alonso to the Indianapolis 500, and with questions regarding next year's engine supply solution for both entrants, changes on either side could hinder future collaborations. In North America, Michael Andretti is in talks with Chevy regarding a possible switch for 2018. In England, questions regarding McLaren's F1 engine partner continue to grow. And with the Spaniard openly debating...
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