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Alonso: You have to dedicate your entire life to F1

Fernando Alonso is exploring life outside of F1 after retiring at the end of the 2018 season but the Spaniard admits that there are things he will not miss. Alonso won two world championships in Formula One during a career that demanded total dedication and commitment throughout. Although one of the all-time great drivers in F1, there are things that Alonso revealed he wouldn't miss but paid tribute to the sport he was at the top of for so long. “I think driving the cars. The cars are something special," he is quoted by Crash.net. “It doesn’t matter if you’re fourteenth, fifth or fighting for victory. Obviously if you can be on the podium and win, definitely...
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