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Alonso could still win F1 title - Verstappen

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Fernando Alonso would return to Formula 1 as a clear top-three driver.
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Fernando Alonso would return to Formula 1 as a clear top-three driver.

That is the view of Max Verstappen, who was recently complimented by former F1 driver Alonso for his constant "attack mode" at the wheel of his Red Bull.

Now, Verstappen is returning the compliment by predicting that a 2021 return to F1 for the 38-year-old Spaniard would be a success.

"For me, Fernando is one of the best drivers," the Dutchman told the Spanish edition of Auto Bild.

"It is a pity that I never really raced against him, because he did not have a very competitive car at the time.

"But I think if Alonso was here with a top car, he would be among the top three to win the world championship," Verstappen added.

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2Leicester CityLeicester17123240112939
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4Chelsea179263125629
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9Arsenal165742424022
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12Burnley176382229-721
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14Bournemouth175481924-519
15West Ham UnitedWest Ham175481928-919
16Everton165291928-917
17Aston Villa1743102330-715
18Southampton1743101836-1815
19Norwich CityNorwich1733111835-1712
20Watford171610932-239
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