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Alonso will not quit until third title

Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso says he does not want to retire from Formula 1 until he has won a third world title. The Spaniard was second to Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel in three of the past four seasons, but has little hope of stopping Mercedes dominating this year. Alonso, 32, told BBC Sport: 'We are still hungry for success, waiting for our opportunity to become champion. 'This is the main goal and you don't think of retiring until you get some satisfaction.' Alonso, who won back-to-back titles with Renault in 2005 and 2006, believes winning a third championship is an important landmark in defining a driver's legacy. 'It is something I am working for and hoping for,' he said ahead of...
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