Fernando Alonso will leave Formula 1 at the end of the season, seemingly destined to only win the 2005 and '06 titles. But what if one decision - out of his hands - had been made differently? A whole new version of history was possible
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Robert Kubica is Williams's Formula 1 test and reserve driver, seven years after his life-changing rallying accident. To get there, he's had to produce a remarkable resurgence and adapt his body and mind as he strives to get back on the grid
Fernando Alonso is an outspoken driver and prepared to grab the headlines at every opportunity. But as he is set to leave Formula 1 at the end of 2018, the championship needs to find a new star with box office pulling power
In this piece, first published in the August 20 2015 issue of Autosport magazine, we attempt to untangle the myths, legends and misconceptions surrounding Fernando Alonso, with input from on-track rivals, former team colleagues and the man himself
Fernando Alonso will not race in Formula 1 in 2019. The door might not be closed forever on his grand prix racing career, but, as he looks set never to hit the heights of 2005 and '06 again, what legacy has he left from 302 F1 starts?