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Alonso improves Michael Schumacher’s longest career in F1 | Sports | America Edition

The Spanish Fernando Alonso (Alpine), double Formula One world champion, will improve this Sunday, when he starts at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix -the


The Spanish Fernando Alonso (Alpine), double Formula One world champion, will improve this Sunday, when he starts at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix -the eighth in the World Cup-, the historical record for the longest career in the premier category of motorsport of the seven-time German intercontinental laureate Michael Schumacher.

Schumacher -like Alonso with a comeback after his first retirement from F1-, whose historic record of seven titles was equaled two years ago by Englishman Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), made his debut in the premier class at the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix and He played his last race in Brazil in 2012: a period of 21 years and three months, exactly.