With Honda confirming their full-fledged return in 2026 as Aston Martin’s power unit suppliers, there have been suggestions that current Aston Martin driver Fernando Alonso’s future could be in jeopardy. This is because Alonso had previously made some highly critical statements about Honda during their infamous partnership with McLaren. Link to poll: https://www.youtube.com/post/UgkxrLLMg5qQvfYFcK6ZYopfoX5x6QW8rcNJ 0:00 - Will Honda Block Alonso At Aston Martin? 1:12 - Fast Feed I'm your host Dillon Shelley and first up on Formula World: Will Honda Block Alonso At Aston Martin? When asked if they would be open to keeping Alonso in 2026 despite their history, Honda Racing Corporation president Koji Watanabe had the following to say as quoted by Reuters “We have no objections whatsoever in him driving” Aston Martin’s group CEO of performance technologies Martin Whitmarsh elaborated further “I’m sure everyone here is referring to some comments that were made probably in the heat of battle once” “Which were quite memorable I suppose for some, but I think he understands and respects what Honda is doing” He signed off by hoping that Alonso is still around in 2026 “I hope he’ll be around for a number of years” “If he’s as fit and as competitive as he is today then it would be fantastic to have him in the car in 2026 as well” Fast Feed Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc stated “as my contract expires at the end of 2024, I can understand people thinking about this” [Monaco Matin] “The rumour exists, okay, but it doesn’t bother me” “No negotiations have been started. I’m fully focused on the track. I like Ferrari” Teammate Carlos Sainz wants “to let [everyone] know that [he’s] well and completely ready to race this weekend in Monaco” [Personal Statement] “What happened was simply a contact during the traditional charity football match” “It was not an injury. Stop making it up” Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko revealed that “the decision has been made” [Formel 1] “AlphaTauri will remain fully owned by Red Bull and will continue to be managed as a junior team” Alpine’s Pierre Galsy pointed out that “without a French Grand Prix on the calendar, [Monaco] is as close to France as we get during the year” [Press Release] Teammate Esteban Ocon is “eager to get back out there and show [their] pace and show that [they] can compete with some of the top teams” [Press Release] “Monaco is always an exciting weekend, one of the highlights of the season, and we will be looking to put on a good show for the fans” McLaren CEO Zak Brown thinks that they “will go alright in Monaco” “We obviously came to the table with an underdeveloped car at the start of the year” “But the exciting part is we think we are going to get a lot better” Do you think Fernando Alonso will still be competitive in 2026?