Fiat may sponsor Alonso’s cycling team 16 September, 2013 Fernando Alonso on his bicycle Fiat, the Ferrari-linked Italian car manufacturer, could step in to sponsor Fernando Alonso’s new cycling team project. It emerged early this month that Ferrari’s current lead driver has bought the ailing world tour Spanish cycling outfit Euskatel-Euskadi. And according to the Catalan daily El Periodico, “Fiat could become the title sponsor”. France’s L’Equipe reports that the Canadian bicycle maker Cervelo, and the British multinational Vodafone, have also expressed interest. Meanwhile, a cyclist with an F1-sounding name has also been linked with Alonso’s new team — American Chris Horner. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsBriatore: Alonso got tired of Ferrari empty promisesFurbato: The revolution at Ferrari is impressiveVergne replaces De La Rosa as Ferrari test driverDe la Rosa future at Ferrari uncertain in wake of Alonso exitJock Clear leaves Mercedes for FerrariHamashima leavesas Ferrari continue to wield the axeGutierrez’s Mexican sponsors follow him to FerrariFry and Tombazis axed as Ferrari revolution continuesGutierrez: An honour to become part of the Ferrari familyTodt: Ferrari is like someone who is tired and needs a doctor 2014 ??? ??? Great article! That is the type of information that are meant to be shared across the web. Shame on the search engines for now not positioning this publish upper! Come on over and visit my site . Thank you =) my blog post: 2014 ??? ???