Fernando Alonso says that he will not be satisfied if he retires from Formula 1 having won two world championships.
The Spaniard claimed back-to-back titles in 2005 and 2006 but has yet to add to his collection, having lost out in three title showdowns in 2007, 2010 and 2012.
Alonso says that he remains 'hungry for success' despite Ferrari's difficult start to the 2014 season, which has prevented Alonso from standing on the podium so far.
"I never thought I'd become Formula 1 driver, I never thought to win one Grand Prix so I was not sure I could win two championships," Alonso told CNN, in an interview to be shown later this week.
"I'm extremely proud and...
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