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Alonso says two championships 'are not enough'

Fernando Alonso says he won't be happy retiring with just two championships to his name, despite never imagining even winning a race in F1, let alone a title. The Spaniard tasted success twice with Renault in 2005 and then 2006. However since a move to Ferrari, he's not been able to replicate that success, though he's come close on more than one occasion. "I never thought I'd become a Formula 1 driver, I never thought to win one Grand Prix so I was not sure I could win two championships," Alonso told CNN during in interview which is due to be broadcast later this month. "I'm extremely proud and extremely happy with my career. If you ask me right now and I am in a middle...
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