Articles about Fernando Alonso

“You have to be prepared to sacrifice everything in your life for the coming years”
“The idea of putting F1 at the core gives Alpine credibility as a company”
Renault's CEO Luca de Meo has the mother and father of turnaround plans to implement. He's recently set the ailing French giant on a streamlined new course, teasing us with an all-new, pure-electric Renault 5 and-unexpectedly-positioning
To be driven by Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon
Welcome to the Alpine A521-without doubt the best-looking Formula 1 car yet revealed ahead of the 2021 season. Surely you agree.With COVID-19 delaying the arrival of big changes to F1's regulations until 2022, underneath that lovely new
Attention, audiophiles
When someone mentions an audio brand being endorsed by an athlete, people usually picture stars like LeBron James and Odell Beckham Jr. Contact sports are usually top-of-mind here, on account of the correlation between competitiveness, intensity, and physicality, and brands
“The team wants and has the means to get back on the podium, as do I.”
We're only one race into the current Formula 1 season, but a lot of us are looking forward to next year already. In case you've been living under a rock and you don't quite understand why just yet, well,
Featuring Fernando Alonso
Fernando Alonso, while most famous for winning the Formula 1 title in 2005 and 2006, is well-versed in the art of manning trucks thanks to his time driving for Toyota in the Dakar Rally. As such, it makes sense the Japanese
Who’s your personal GOAT?
He's still winning races and breaking records, so it may seem a little premature to be venerating Hamilton. On the other hand...he's still winning races and breaking records. With Mercedes once again looking like the team to beat, we
That was intense
Fernando Alonso. You may have heard of the dude. He's been around quite a bit, having raced successfully in the World Endurance Championship, the Indy 500, and, of course, Formula 1 where he became champion twice in his time there.So
The Spaniard missed out on the final grid position by 0.3mph during qualifying
Fernando Alonso will have to wait another year to have a crack at the Indy 500. The Spaniard's McLaren missed out on qualifying at the Brickyard, after it was knocked out by probably the smallest, newly sponsorless team on the grid.
The Spaniard will have another crack at winning the Indy 500 in May
Fernando Alonso seems to be enjoying his life outside of Formula 1. The Spaniard has won Le Mans, launched his own racing team, and-just over a week ago-was hooning Toyota's Dakar Hilux around a desert.Now, another toy. McLaren
“it’s a never-ending learning curve at the moment”
Since Fernando Alonso quit Formula 1, it feels like we see more of him than ever. He's dabbling in all kinds of motorsport now that he's had 20-odd weekends freed up, and the latest is off-road rallying.Yep,
And we all know what he wants to win next
It's no secret that Fernando Alonso is gunning for an Indy 500 win to achieve the Triple Crown of motorsport, and before heading back to the Brickyard in May, he's making sure to keep his racing instincts sharp by contesting
Must have been a great day on the track
If you read the title of this car and immediately became curious, then you're reading the right website. This recent video from McLaren shows two-time Formula 1 champion Fernando Alonso swapping driver's seats with NASCAR champ Jimmie Johnson.It'
To mark a sad but special occasion at the 2018 Abu Dhabi GP
The Abu Dhabi GP was Fernando Alonso's last race in Formula 1. The two-time champion is leaving the sport for new adventures next year-perhaps achieving the Triple Crown-so last weekend was special.He started 15th on the grid
A tribute to the two-time Formula 1 champion
Fernando Alonso will leave Formula 1 after this weekend's season-ending race in Abu Dhabi. McLaren, then, will send him off with his own special livery for his final race.So, for the first time since Keke Rosberg donned a yellow-
Which is why he’s heading back to Indy in 2019
Fernando Alonso will race the Indy 500 for a second time in 2019, as he continues to chase the unofficial 'Triple Crown' of motorsport.Graham Hill remains the only driver to have won Le Mans, the Monaco GP, and the Indy 500.
The two-time F1 champ announces his retirement
Fernando Alonso has announced that he will no longer race in Formula 1 after this season. The 37-year-old Spaniard said: "After 17 wonderful years in this amazing sport, it's time for me to make a change and move on."
One of the drivers was Fernando Alonso
Only the hardest of hearts would draw a cynical eye across the 2018 running of the most famous endurance race of them all. It doesn't matter. Only the headline does: Toyota has won the Le Mans 24 Hours.The #8 Toyota
The F1 star was spotted in Bahrain
The World Endurance Championship (WEC) came to a close in Bahrain at the weekend, ending a couple of eras.One, of WEC as we know it, with an all-new calendar being introduced in 2018/19. Two, of Porsche's appearance in
It's his first time to drive an IndyCar
Fernando Alonso will start from fifth at next weekend's Indy 500 race. That means he'll be on the second row of the grid, an almighty effort given he'd not driven an IndyCar a month ago.It could have been
Button will take his place
McLaren has today announced its lead driver, Fernando Alonso, will miss the Monaco Grand Prix. He's swerving the most glamorous race on the Formula 1 calendar in order to compete at the Indy 500 in the US. Jenson Button will return
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