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Alonso targets third title before thoughts of quitting

Fernando Alonso has revealed that he will not consider retiring from F1 until he has won a third title.The Spaniard, who won back-to-back titles in 2005 and 2006, has since finished runner up three times. However, with Mercedes currently dominating and his own team showing no real sign of returning to the form which saw it in a similar position around a decade (or more) ago, few would fancy his chances. Whilst his spirit has not dimmed and he remains one of the fastest and most determined drivers out there he does not currently have the car or the infrastructure with which to mount a serious and sustained campaign.'We are still hungry for success, waiting for our opportunity to become...
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