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Two titles 'not enough' for Alonso

It has been a frustrating season so far for Fernando Alonso Getty Images Enlarge Fernando Alonso has revealed he will not be content to retire from Formula One with his current title of double world champion. Alonso ended the Michael Schumacher era of domination by winning titles in 2005 and 2006 but, despite falling agonisingly short in 2007, 2010 and 2012, has failed to add to that. His move to Ferrari has so far failed to give him the third title he desires and Alonso insisted this has kept him "hungry for success" despite the team's slow start in 2014. "I never thought to become Formula 1 driver, I never thought to win one Grand Prix so I was not sure I could win two...
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