Fernando Alonso hopes to finally put his name on the winner's board at this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix.
The double World Champion has won 32 races in his illustrious Formula One career, but victory at the historic Spa-Francorchamps circuit has eluded him so far.
He has visited Spa nine times, but he retired in five of those races and finished on the podium only twice. However, he is determined to have some better luck this time around.
"I did well in 2005 when I came second and also back in Formula 3000. So far, I've never been in with a real chance of fighting for the win and I've often retired at Spa, usually for reasons of plain bad luck or with technical problems or down to my...
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