And if Ocon can't match Alonso's speed, I'm worried it'll be another Vandoorne situation. Poor guy, was a solid driver. Just not when your teammate is Fernando fucking Alonso.Ocon's future yes, I think purely from a speed perspective though. With Ocon at the start of his career needs to match Alonso at the very least. If Alonso is faster at the end of his career, Ocon doesn't have much of a future at a top team. And I think Alonso has had an attitude adjustment doing LeMans, Indy, an Dakar. He will still be political, he is just that way, but I don't think it will be as bad as it was at McLaren in '08
I also have to agree with your second take. The variety of motorsports he has participated in during the last few years have surely rounded him out in the "getting along" department.