Honda let him down last year.
Alonso led the Indy 500 in 2017 before retiring with an engine problem.
Voice of 'start your engines,' from family that saved the Speedway.
After 17 years and two titles, expect him to focus on IndyCar
Will Power notched the biggest victory of his career on Sunday when he won the Indianapolis 500 at the famed "Brickyard" just outside Indianapolis. Power moved into the lead on lap 196 when the two drivers in front of him pitted and he closed out the race to record his 34th career IndyCar victory. Power led for 59 of the 200 laps while stomping out his main racing demon.
Hits an eye-opening top performance of 227.791 mph.
The Indianapolis 500 is getting back-to-back Corvette pace cars. After a Corvette Grand Sport led the pack last year, a Corvette ZR1 will lead this year. The ZR1's participation means that it will be the 15th Corvette to pace the Indy 500. It will also be the 29th Chevy to do so.
"I've never been shy about my aim of winning motorsport's Triple Crown," Alonso says.
"I'll be back in GoDaddy green, driving the No. 7 Chevrolet with Tony Jr. in my ear again."
And perhaps in both WEC and F1 at the same time.
The Indianapolis Motor Speedway didn't actually start off as a brick surface.
Here's why the halo won't work for the circuit.
"Honda's working very hard, but they seem a bit lost."
Honda engines like Alonso's have had a run of bad luck. One blew up on Friday.
"Today we ticked all the boxes," Fernando Alonso said.