Alonso appreciates he has so much to offer given his experience as he said: “Obviously, I am aware of the Renault Sport Academy and the importance of it for the group. I think the young, talented guys are the future.
“I will try to help as much as I can with my experience in different categories as well, different driving styles, and whatever it brings, the 2022 rules in terms of driving style, I can hopefully help them.
“I am aware of my mission, not only inside the car but also outside of the car, what I have to help and bring to Renault."
The length of Alonso's Renault contract is unknown, but even if he fails to land a third title with the French manufacturer, the Spaniard hopes he can assist in laying the foundations for a successful team.
He added: “I will try to do my best, obviously on track, and I will try to help the team to be a world champion team. If it’s with me driving, that is fantastic, if that is with a future, younger driver, I will feel proud anyway.”
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