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Fernando Alonso predicts his retirement from Formula 1

Fernando Alonso has a lot of reel left in Formula 1. The Spaniard was congratulated by the competition’s official account for having driven 92,643 kilometers throughout his Formula 1 career, being the driver with the most kilometers in the history of the paddock.

The Alpine rider, who is on his way to turning 20 at the Big Circus, responded to the various illustrations about his record. It stated that Fernando Alonso had already made a quarter of the way to the moon and the pilot replied that “I’m going to go (at least) half the way to the moon.”

It obviously looks like a joke Fernando Alonso who would have to remain active until he was 50 years old. The pilot has completed throughout his career, according to Formula 1 data, two and a half times the distance on earth or 2,195 marathons with all the kilometers he accumulates in a single-seater.

Fernando Alonso achieved his best result of the season at Silverstone by finishing in fifth position with the Alpine and that the FIA ​​did not listen to his claims about fourth place after some maneuver of dubious legality by Charles Leclerc.

Currently, the Asturian He is immersed in a comeback against his teammate Esteban Ocon. The two-time champion will announce in the coming weeks his renewal with the French team with which he lives his third stage in Formula 1 after returning in 2020. The plan He is more alive than ever at this point in his career.

The driver will be back in his Alpine this weekend at the Austrian Grand Prix, one of the few races he hasn’t won throughout his extensive Formula 1 career. Fernando Alonso will want to get a great result after having been close to the podium in the last two races.

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