Fernando Alonso's next move upon leaving Formula One may be to return to IndyCar, if a tweet the series' account reposted is to be believed.
A two-time world champion and three-time runner-up in F1, Alonso's team McLaren have confirmed he will leave at the end of the season after 17 years in the sport.
A move to IndyCar has been rumoured for Alonso, particularly as the 37-year-old requires a victory at the Indianapolis 500 to complete motorsport's triple crown having already won the Monaco Grand Prix and Le Mans 24 Hours race.
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Alonso raced in the Indianapolis 500 in 2017 when he retired after 179 laps, and a tweet from the account of the race's circuit, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which was retweeted by IndyCar, suggested he may be coming back.
The tweet read: "@alo_oficial, DM us if you want to chat. #Indy500 | #INDYCAR".