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Three wild alternate Fernando Alonso career histories, and how different F1 looks in each

Fernando Alonso is leaving F1 with just two world titles to his name and he only has himself to blame. Ahead of his final grand prix, ESPN charts three different paths the Spaniard could have taken to the bounty of records and titles his talent deserved.

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Alonso explains why he is leaving F1 with no regrets and no plans to come back

In an exclusive interview, Fernando Alonso gives his reasons for leaving F1 and explains why he has no plans to come back.

Formula 3

'No fear of paralysis' for Floersch after horror F3 crash

Teenage Formula 3 racer Sophia Floersch has come through surgery without complications following the horrifying high-speed crash which left her with a fractured spine at the weekend.

WATCH: Floersch's horrifying 276 km/h crash

German teenage F3 driver Sophia Floersch crashed out of the Macau Grand Prix at high-speed after contact with two rival's cars.

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Mercedes

Hamilton wary of 2019 threat from Leclerc and Verstappen

Five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton says he will have to up his game next year if he is to hold off the threat from the next generation of Formula One talent.

Mercedes celebrates its fifth consecutive title

Go behind the scenes at Mercedes' Brackley base as the team celebrates its fifth consecutive constructors' title.

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Lewis justifies comments about F1 racing in 'poor place' like India

Lewis Hamilton has moved to clarify comments he made about Formula One's push to race in countries with a limited wealth and racing heritage.

Talking points

Did Max and Ocon get off lightly for their Brazil transgressions?

A discussion of the biggest talking points from the controversial Brazilian Grand Prix, including Max Verstappen and Esteban Ocon's controversial clashes on and off the track.

Max Verstappen: Bad press or F1 box office?

Love him or loathe him, Max Verstappen will be making headlines in Formula One for years to come. But are his antics good or bad for the sport?

When Senna punched Irvine

Max Verstappen's scuffle with Esteban Ocon bears some striking similarities with the time Ayrton Senna punched Eddie Irvine at Suzuka in 1993.

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