Wednesday, July 29, 2020

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1751: 1st international world title prize fight: Jack Stack of England, beat challenger M. Petit of France in 29 mins in England

1874: Major Walter Copton Wingfield patented a portable tennis court

1899: Southern California Golf Association formed


Fernando Alonso

The 28th Formula One World Drivers' Champion was at that time the youngest ever. He was just 24 years of age at that time. He also led the Renault team to the 2005 Constructors' Championship, thus ending the Michael Schumacher-Ferrari combination that dominated.  In 2006 he successfully defended his title against strong opposition from Schumacher, whose subsequent retirement left Alonso well-placed to succeed him as Formula One's resident superstar

Formula One World Championship career
Nationality     Spain Spanish
Active years     2001, 2003–2018
Teams             Minardi, Renault, McLaren, Ferrari
Car number     14
Entries                314 (311 starts)
Championships    2 (2005, 2006)
Wins                     32
Podiums              97
Career points     1,899
Pole positions      22
Fastest laps      23
First entry      2001 Australian Grand Prix
First win              2003 Hungarian Grand Prix
Last win              2013 Spanish Grand Prix
Last entry      2018 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
2018 position      11th (50 pts)

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