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What was the last victory of a Spaniard in F1?

Carlos Sainz has joined the cast of Spanish winners, almost ten years after that May 12, 2013 in which Fernando Alonso won the Spanish GP May 13


Carlos Sainz has joined the cast of Spanish winners, almost ten years after that May 12, 2013 in which Fernando Alonso won the Spanish GP

May 13, 1950, Circuit of Silverstone . The Formula 1 It began to roll with the first Grand Prix, that of Great Britain.

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From then until now, there have been many races that have been held throughout the world, and the Spanish role in terms of drivers has always been significant.

Francis Godia was the first to debut in F1, precisely in the Spanish GP and there are a total of 15 Spanish pilots in the history of the competition.

Carlos Sainz has joined the list of winners of the competition and raises the Spanish victories up to 33 after the 32 of Fernando Alonso.

The Asturian is the most important figure in motorsport and was the last Spanish winner until his compatriot got into the list of champions. The previous Grand Prix of Fernando Alonsoand his last to date, had been on May 12, 2013 at the Circuit de Catalunya

When and where was the last Spanish victory before Sainz’s?

On July 3, 2022, the Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix was held at the Silverstone Circuit. Fernando Alonso did not know that it would be the last time he saw a checkered flag in the first place.

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The then Ferrari driver achieved his second victory of the season and dreamed of another World Cup after those achieved in 2005 and 2006.

All the victories of Fernando Alonso in Formula 1

Year Big prize team 2003 Hungary Renault 2005 Malaysia Renault 2005 Bahrain Renault 2005 San Marino Renault 2005 Europe Renault 2005 France Renault 2005 Germany Renault 2005 Chinese Renault 2006 Bahrain Renault 2006 Australian Renault 2006 Spain Renault 2006 Monaco Renault 2006 Great Britain Renault 2006 Canada Renault 2006 Japan Renault 2007 Malaysian McLaren Mercedes 2007 Monaco McLaren Mercedes 2007 Europe McLaren Mercedes 2007 Italy McLaren Mercedes 2008 Singapore Renault 2008 Japan Renault 2010 Bahrain Ferrari 2010 Germany Ferrari 2010 Italy Ferrari 2010 Singapore Ferrari 2010 South Korea Ferrari 2011 Great Britain Ferrari 2012 Malaysia Ferrari 2012 Europe Ferrari 2012 Germany Ferrari 2013 Chinese Ferrari 2013 Spain Ferrari