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Two championships are not enough – Alonso

Fernando Alonso says he is not satisfied with two world championships and remains “hungry for victories” after Ferrari's poor start to the season.With Ferrari having failed to score a podium in the opening three races and currently sitting fifth in the constructors' championship, team principal Stefano Domenicali stepped down from the role on Monday. Speaking before that announcement was made, Alonso said he is proud of his time in F1 so far but doesn't feel he has enough titles to reflect the career he has had.“I never thought to become Formula 1 driver, I never thought to win one grand prix so I was thinking not sure to win two championships … I'm extremely proud and extremely...
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