Fernando Alonso has revealed he is "tempted" to extend his stay with Aston Martin but also admitted he may look to retire from Formula 1 on a high.
The team's vast improvement this year has enabled both Alonso and team-mate Lance Stroll to push for podiums, and the evergreen veteran has secured four top-three finishes from the opening five races of the season.
However, Alonso is the oldest driver on the grid at 41 and is therefore also likely to be pondering over stepping away from the sport when his multi-year deal expires.
It is believed his current contract stretches across 2023 and 2024, although Alonso has insisted he is feeling "fresh", leading to speculation he may sign a new deal.
And now, Alonso has confirmed that is indeed the case.
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