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Fernando Alonso’s Daytona triumph shows his racing hunger remains | Giles Richards

er says his focus is on Indy 500 and motor racings’s triple crown but might the Dakar rally or Formula E tempt him?Four years into his trying second stint at McLaren, Fernando Alonso might have lacked the machinery to win but the desire was patently as strong as ever. Now, having bid <a href="https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2018/nov/23/fernando-alonso-bows-out-no-regrets-abu-dhabi-grand-prix" title="">farewell to Formula One</a> at the end of last season, the double world champion has no intention of going quietly into the night. By winning the Daytona 24 Hours last weekend the Spaniard proved to be as driven as ever. His talent remains beyond doubt and...
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