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Alonso: ‘I should have left Formula 1 earlier than 2018'

Fernando Alonso regrets waiting until 2018 to make his first departure from Formula 1 and pursue challenges elsewhere. A two-time World Champion, Alonso was unable to add to his 2005 and 2006 titles in subsequent stints with McLaren, a Renault return and Ferrari. Alonso then went back to McLaren for 2015, but it was a difficult period that followed as the team's returning engine supplier, Honda, struggled for both performance and reliability. In those four years back at McLaren, including the Renault-powered 2018 campaign, Alonso failed to feature on the podium, leaving the series at the end of that season. From there, Alonso went on a journey through various motorsport categories,...
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