- Autoblog Fernando Alonso is a two-time Formula One World Champion, and one of the most accomplished drivers in the history of the sport. He has won 32 Grand Prix races and two world championships, and has finished on the podium in over 100 races. Alonso has competed for teams such as Renault, Ferrari, McLaren, and Toyota, and is currently racing for Alpine. On Autoblog, you can find the latest news and articles about Fernando Alonso, as well as videos and photos of his racing career.
Can we have a huge round of applause for our latest TikTok Public Figure Of The Year, Fernando Alonso! 👏 Award ceremonies are no rarity when it comes to F1 - the FIA Prize Giving at the end of every season is one of our favourite events. It lets us hang on to every tiny part of the year as possible. But Fernando Alonso has been reaching out to fans for the past month to vote for him in a very different kind of awards race... and he won! His new title was recognised at the 2023 Spanish TikTok Awards,
Often, things in Formula 1 stay very hush-hush right up until any announcements are made. But we actually really respect Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack's straightforward answer on whether he'd like to extend Fernando Alonso's contract. We need more people like this in the world. Fernando has had a stellar year in F1. Moving to Aston Martin from Alpine was a move that no one really understood at the time, but he set out to prove everyone wrong and that he did. Behind the Red Bull pair, he's the driver with the next-most podiums this season (eight, just one
What's a completed F1 season without a bit of drama between Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso? It just wouldn't feel right without it, would it? In this episode, Lewis accused Fernando of brake testing him during the Abu Dhabi GP! As Alonso emerged from the pitlane just in front of Hamilton in the final stint, it looked as though he slowed down on the approach to Turn 5 - the hairpin that leads onto the long straight. And while he said on the radio it was to let a faster Lewis past, Hamilton felt it was a deliberate brake-testing move