With its return to Renault, the highest category of motorsport recovers one of the drivers who won the most races in all history.
Fernando Alonso, the sixth driver with the most wins in the Formula 1, confirmed his second return to the team Renault with which he obtained the titles in 2005 and 2006.
According to Opta data, the Spanish has 32 Grand Prix wins and is only behind Michael Schumacher (91), Lewis Hamilton (84), Sebastian Vettel (53), Alain Prost (51) and Ayrton Senna (41) .
In addition, he was the youngest driver to win a race, with the victory in 2003, in Hungary, the Austurian was 22 years and 26 days, while he also holds it in obtaining a world championship. After winning in Brazil in 2005, he celebrated the title with 24 years, one month and 27 days.
His long experience of 312 Grand Prix races in F1 is the third best record, surpassed by 323 by Rubens Barrichello and 314 by Kimi Raikkonen.
Alonso debuted with the Minardi team in 2001, in his first two in which he did not even reach the podium, but lived his golden age at Renault (2003-2006) in a total of 15 victories and then went to McLaren (2007) with four wins in a year.
The first return to Renault (2008-2009) had just two celebrations at the top of the podium, and then tried his luck at Ferrari (2010 – 2014) with 11 victories. His last F1 experience, without significant results, was at McLaren (2015 – 2018)
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