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Alonso ‘lost a few things in life' because of F1

Although he wouldn't change it, Fernando Alonso acknowledges he 'lost a few things in life' through being a Formula 1 driver. Now gearing up for his 19th season in Formula 1, Alonso was just 19 years of age when he made his debut with Minardi in 2001. In his 333 starts the Spaniard has achieved 32 wins, 98 podiums and he has won two World titles. But with his success, and longevity in the sport, he concedes it did not afford him a 'normal life', especially when it comes to being at home. Asked if he had missed out on things because of F1, the 40-year-old told the Beyond The Grid podcast: 'I would say yes, but [I am] not clear on if I go in detail what I missed or what it cost in my normal...
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