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Should Fernando Alonso Still Be Considered the Best F1 Driver of the Era?

At the very moment that Michael Schumacher climbed out of a Ferrari for the final time in parc ferme at the 2006 Brazilian Grand Prix and headed for his first retirement, Fernando Alonso inherited the unofficial tag as the most complete...Show More Summary

Fernando Alonso's 2014 Italian Grand Prix Retirement Came at Best Possible Time

When Fernando Alonso last retired from an Italian Grand Prix, he was the enemy. The Spaniard entered the Monza weekend, the 15th round of the 2006 season, with a 12-point lead over Michael Schumacher in the Drivers' Championship. He,...Show More Summary

Race Recap: 2014 Italian Grand Prix goes heavy on rescue and recovery

In the two weeks it's taken Formula One to move from Belgium to Italy, fleet-footed rumor has outrun the driver transfer market - Fernando Alonso can't issue enough denials of a departure from Ferrari, McLaren isn't sure what it wants...Show More Summary

Formula 1's Latest Rumours and Talk: Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso and More

Lewis Hamilton's victory in the Italian Grand Prix has cut Nico Rosberg's world-championship lead from 29 to 22 points with just six races of the 2014 Formula One season remaining. And, according to the 2008 world champion, the points...Show More Summary

Hamilton and Rosberg racing for their futures at Mercedes

Credits: Giuseppe Cacace / AFP Alt Text: Nico Rosberg, Fernando Alonso, Lewis Hamilton Team could jettison a driver unless feud comes to an end at Italian Grand Prix First Reaction Friday, September 5, 2014 - 10:54am Lewis Hamilton or Nico Rosberg will be racing for more than just championship points at Monza this weeked. Show More Summary

Formula 1's Latest Rumours and Talk: Fernando Alonso, Massa-Bottas and More

So where will Fernando Alonso be driving next year? Will he stick with Ferrari for a sixth season? Or will his patience at the Prancing Horse finally run out, leading the Spaniard to accept a return to McLaren ? Wherever he ends up,Show More Summary

Why Would Fernando Alonso Leave Ferrari for Jenson Button's Seat at McLaren?

Since Martin Whitmarsh, McLaren 's then-team principal, admitted his interest in re-signing Fernando Alonso to Sky Sports' Pete Gill last year, Formula One's rumour mill has been dominated by one story. Would Alonso be willing to forget...Show More Summary

Alonso surprised by Ferrari pace

3 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

Fernando Alonso said he was surprised by his Ferrari team’s speed and competitiveness after he qualified fourth on the grid for Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix. The two-time world champion had forecast that Ferrari would struggle but after a wet session he said he had been pleasantly surprised by the outcome. Show More Summary

Ferrari face struggle in next two races - Alonso

4 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

Fernando Alonso on Thursday warned that Ferrari face a difficult month ahead and are likely to struggle at both this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix and next month on home soil in Italy. The Spanish two-time world champion said it was 'unrealistic'...Show More Summary

Identifying the Future World Champions on the F1 Grid in 2014

Despite the arrival of so-called "pay drivers" in recent years, Formula One's talent pool is arguably richer than it has ever been this season. The 2014 grid contains five world champions—Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso, Lewis Hamilton,...Show More Summary

Fernando Alonso's Hungarian GP Performance Shows His Talent Is Wasted at Ferrari

Thirty-five years ago this month, Gilles Villeneuve and Rene Arnoux produced one of the greatest moments in Formula One history. During the French Grand Prix at Dijon, they fought an epic, all-out, wheel-to-wheel battle over the final...Show More Summary

2014 Hungarian F1 GP: Ricciardo Takes Second Win In Chaotic Race

Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo took a sensational second career win at the Hungaroring in a chaotic, incident-strewn Hungarian Grand Prix. Fernando Alonso took a tenacious second place on shot tyres, followed home by Lewis Hamilton who drove through the field after starting from the pits. Show More Summary

Hungarian GP 2014: Grading Race on Strategy, Overtaking, Shocks and Drama

Sunday afternoon saw Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo win an action-packed Hungarian Grand Prix ahead of second-place Fernando Alonso in the Ferrari, with the Mercedes duo of Lewis Hamilton and championship leader Nico Rosberg coming home...Show More Summary

Formula 1: Hungarian Grand Prix – Race Results

Daniel Ricciardo claimed a stunning victory for Red Bull in Hungary on Sunday, passing Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso in the final four laps as a pre-race downpour and two safety-car periods created wildly differing strategies and led to a breathtaking finish. It was Alonso who had led in the closing stages, the [...]

Hungarian F1 Grand Prix 2014 Results: Winner, Standings and Reaction

Daniel Ricciardo won the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday, in one of the most thrilling races of the season—as BBC F1 revealed: The Australian battled back from nowhere in the late stages of the race to pip Fernando Alonso to the title,...Show More Summary

Formula 1's Driver Power Rankings After 2014 British Grand Prix

The 2014 British Grand Prix featured Formula One racing at its finest. There were great drives all the way through the field, with Valtteri Bottas' excellent run to second the standout performance. Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel...Show More Summary

Formula 1's Latest Rumours & Talk: Alonso's Future, Button on Hamilton and More

Fernando Alonso has hinted that he will remain at Ferrari for the foreseeable future, despite being frequently linked with a departure from the Prancing Horse. The two-time world champion has rarely made an effort to disguise his discontent...Show More Summary

Kimi Raikkonen Retirement Talk: Finn Risks Quitting F1 with a Whimper in 2015

Kimi Raikkonen 's return to Ferrari and his battle with Fernando Alonso, his new teammate and fellow world champion, were supposed to be two of the big stories of this Formula One season. However, the Italian team failed to build an engine to match Mercedes or a chassis that could compete with Red Bull. Show More Summary

Formula 1 Needs a Great Rivalry Between Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso

Just how glorious was the battle between Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso in the latter stages of the British Grand Prix ? Forget the whining that occurred over team radio, this involved the finest—and the most successful—drivers...Show More Summary

Renault replaces top F1 leadership

Renault is a company accustomed to winning in Formula One. In the past ten years alone, it has claimed an unfathomable six world championships, first with Fernando Alonso two years in a row and then powering Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull Racing to four consecutive titles. Show More Summary

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