Fernando Alonso Díaz plays today, 35 years and remains one of the leaders of the Formula 1 and, in regard to our country, one of the best athletes in history. Its emergence in the Formula 1 has changed the perception of the motoring in Spain and served as a springboard for a multitude of projects that include circuit and equipment at the international level.
Currently, besides leading the project McLaren-Honda, cccount with a complex dedicated to motorsport which includes a museum about his career and a circuit of karting in the taught courses of all types to children of various ages and nationalities. In Engine.is we wanted to honor his contribution to the motorsport with a reminder on the day of your cumpleaños.
|Date of birth||July 28, 1981|
|Place of birth||Oviedo (Spain)|
|Studies||Graduated from school (left the institute in 2000, a season in which he competed in the F3000)|
|Family||Separated, without children|
|Hobbies||Cycling, magic games|
|regional Champion child (go-Karting)||1988|
|Champion cadet of Asturias and the Basque Country (Karting)||1990|
|Runner-up of Spain (Karting)||1991|
|Spanish Champion (Karting)||1993|
|3rd in the World Championship (Karting)||1995|
|World Champion and Spanish Junior Karting)||1996|
|Champion of Spain and Italy (Karting||1997|
|Champion in Paris-Bercy, Trophy of the Industry, European Champion (Karting)||1998|
|Champion with 9 poles and 6 victories (Open Nissan)||1999|
|ranked 4th with 1 victory and 1 pole position (Formula 3000). Test with Minardi F1||2000|
|23rd ranked with Minardi (Formula 1)||2001|
|Pilot test and reserve Renault F1 test with Jaguar F1||2002|
|6th place with Renault (Formula 1)||2003|
|ranked 4th with Renault (Formula 1)||2004|
|World Champion with Renault (Formula 1)||2005|
|World Champion with Renault (Formula 1)||2006|
|3rd place with McLaren (Formula 1)||2007|
|5th classified with Renault (Formula 1)||2008|
|9th classified with Renault (Formula 1)||2009|
|vice-World Champion with Ferrari (Formula 1)||2010|
|Ranked 4th with Ferrari (Formula 1)||2011|
|vice-World Champion with Ferrari (Formula 1)||2012|
|vice-World Champion with Ferrari (Formula 1)||2013|
|6th place with Ferrari (Formula 1)||2014|
|17th ranked with McLaren (Formula 1)||2015|
|sporting Achievements in the Formula 1|
|World drivers Championships||2|
|World Championships of constructors||2|
|Great Prizes disputados||263|
Curiosities in the F1
- Third youngest rider ever to be proclaimed World Champion: 24 years, 1 month, 27 days.
- Fifth driver with most second places in the World: 3.
- Sixth pilot with more victories: 32.
- Third youngest driver to achieve a victory: 22 years, 26 days.
- Second youngest ever driver to achieve a pole position: 21 years, 7 months, 11 days.
- Third youngest driver to achieve a fastest lap: 21 years, 10 months, 17 days.
- Third rider with the most points: 1.802.
- Fourth rider with best average points per race: 6.85.
- Third pilot with more consecutive races in the points: 23.
- Fifth driver with most consecutive seasons in points: 14.
- Second driver with most races in the points: 182.
- Third rider with most podiums: 97.
- Second pilot with the most second positions: 37.
- Third driver with most third places: 28.
- Fifth youngest driver on the podium: 21 years, 7 months, 23 days.
- Third driver with the most consecutive podiums: 15.
- the Fourth pilot with more consecutive seasons on the podium: 12.
- Fifth driver with most races led: 84.
- Fourth youngest driver to lead a race: 21 years, 7 months, 23 days.
- Eighth pilot with more races run consecutively: 12.
- Sixth pilot with the most races led in a season: 15.
- Second driver with most consecutive seasons leading a race: 12.
- the Fourth pilot with more races: 263.
- Fourth rider with the most miles completed: 71.592.
- Fourth rider with the most runs completed: 214.
- Third driver with the most consecutive races completed: 29.
- Pilot with the highest number of rankings at the 5th grid position: 35.