FERNANDO Alonso’s Formula One career is back on track after signing a two-year deal with McLaren-Honda.
The two-time world champion is set to leave Ferrari and rejoin the Woking-based team after four years at the Italian giants.
Alonso’s place in F1 had previously been placed in jeopardy after seven teams ruled out a move for him.
McLaren big wigs, Eric Boullier and Ron Dennis are now arguing over which of the teams existing drivers should pair Alonso for next season.
A difference of opinion sees the Frenchman favouring Jenson Button while Ron Dennis is leaning towards Kevin Magnussen.
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