Credits: epa06017135 British Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes AMG GP (L) with Spanish Formula One driver Fernando Alonso of McLaren-Honda (R) during the press conference for the 2017 Canada Formula One Grand Prix at the Gilles Villeneuve circuit in Montreal, Canada, 08 June 2017. EPA/ANDRE PICHETTE
Credits: epa03836881 Second placed Spanish Formula One driver Fernando Alonso of Scuderia Ferrari (R) and first placed German Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel (L) of Red Bull Racing celebrate on the podium after the Belgium Formula One Grand Prix at the Spa-Francorchamps race track near Francorchamps, Belgium, 25 August 2013. EPA/NICOLAS BOUVY
Credits: Michael Schumacher del team Ferrari e Fernando Alonso del team Renault sul podio dopo la vittoria al gp di Cina il primo ottobre 2006. ANSA / GERO BRELOER
Credits: epa03862653 (FILE) Picture dated 21 October 2007 of Spanish Fernando Alonso of McLaren Mercedes (R), who placed third in the race, standing alongside Finnish Formula One driver Kimi Raikkonen (L) of Ferrari celebrating victory in the Brazilian Formula One Grand Prix and by that claiming the drivers' World Championship title at the Interlagos Circuit in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Ferrari annouced 11 September 2013 that Kimi Raikkonen will return as a replacement for Felipe Massa, giving the Formula One team a new partner for Fernando Alonso and two top drivers starting next season. Raikkonen, who currently drives for Lotus, raced for Ferrari from 2007-09, and his title in 2007 was the last time Ferrari won the drivers championship. EPA/KERIM OKTEN
Credits: epa04384110 German Formula One driver Nico Rosberg (L) of Mercedes AMG GP and Spanish Formula One driver Fernando Alonso (R) of Scuderia Ferrari during a press conference at the Formula One circuit in Monza, Italy, 04 September 2014. The 2014 Formula One Grand Prix of Italy will take place on 07 September 2014. EPA/SRDJAN SUKI
I cinque rivali più forti di Fernando Alonso in F1: da Hamilton a Rosberg passando per Vettel, Schumacher e Räikkönen
Fernando Alonso è stato – dopo Michael Schumacher – il pilota di F1più forte degli anni ’00. Il driver spagnolo ha disputato 17 stagioni conquistando due Mondiali (2005, 2006), 32 vittorie, 22 pole position, 23 giri veloci e 97 podi.
Di seguito troverete la classifica – corredata da brevi biografie e palmarès – dei più grandi rivali di Fernando Alonso. I cinque piloti che hanno vinto di più mentre “Nando” era in attività (2001 e dal 2003 al 2018).