F1 drivers similar to or like Fernando Alonso

Spanish racing driver and former Formula One racing driver. Wikipedia

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    British racing driver and former Formula One driver. He won the 2009 Formula One World Championship, driving for Brawn GP. Wikipedia

  • Kimi Räikkönen

    Finnish racing driver currently driving in Formula One for Alfa Romeo Racing. He won the 2007 Formula One World Championship in his first season at Scuderia Ferrari. Wikipedia

  • Michael Schumacher

    Retired German racing driver who raced in Formula One for Jordan Grand Prix, Benetton and Ferrari, where he spent most of his career, as well as for Mercedes upon his return to the sport. Only driver in history to win seven Formula One World Championships, five of which he won consecutively. Wikipedia

  • Giancarlo Fisichella

    Italian professional racing driver. He has driven in Formula One for Minardi, Jordan, Benetton, Sauber, Renault, Force India and Ferrari. Wikipedia

  • Kamui Kobayashi

    Japanese professional racing driver who currently competes in the FIA World Endurance Championship for Toyota Gazoo Racing, and in the Super Formula Championship for KCMG. He also previously competed in Formula One, Formula E, the GP2 Series, and the GP2 Asia Series (which he won). Wikipedia

  • Sebastian Vettel

    German racing driver who races in Formula One for Scuderia Ferrari. Four-time Formula One World Champion, having won consecutive titles in – with Red Bull Racing, and is regarded by many as one of the greatest drivers in the history of the sport. Wikipedia

  • Lewis Hamilton

    British racing driver who races in Formula One for Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport. Widely regarded as one of the greatest drivers in the history of the sport, and considered by some to be the greatest of all time. Wikipedia

  • David Coulthard

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  • Ayrton Senna

    Brazilian racing driver who won the Formula One World Drivers' Championship in 1988, 1990 and 1991, and who is widely regarded as one of the greatest Formula One drivers of all time. Accident while leading the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix. Wikipedia

  • Will Stevens

    British racing driver, who formerly competed in the Formula One, Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0, Toyota Racing Series and the British Formula Renault Championships. In Formula One, he made his debut at the 2014 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix with Caterham F1, replacing Marcus Ericsson for the double points race. Wikipedia

  • Nico Rosberg

    German-Finnish former racing driver who won the 2016 Formula One World Championship for the Mercedes team. Raised primarily in the principality of Monaco. Wikipedia

  • Pastor Maldonado

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  • Gianmaria Bruni

    Italian Porsche factory auto racing driver who drove in the 2004 Formula One World Championship for Minardi. GP2 Series race winner and is now racing in the FIA World Endurance Championship, in which he gained the 2013 and 2014 GT Drivers' Titles whilst driving as a factory Ferrari driver. Wikipedia

  • Marcus Ericsson

    Swedish racing driver and former Formula One racing driver. Ericsson competed in Formula One between 2014 and 2018. Wikipedia

  • Sergey Sirotkin (racing driver)

    Russian professional racing driver who competed in Formula One in for the Williams team. Now the reserve driver for Renault and McLaren. Wikipedia

  • Ralf Schumacher

    German former racing driver. Younger brother of seven-time Formula One World Champion Michael Schumacher and the pair are the only siblings to win Formula One races. Wikipedia

  • Daniel Ricciardo

    Australian racing driver who is currently competing in Formula One for the Renault F1 Team. He entered Formula One as a test driver for Scuderia Toro Rosso and made his debut at the 2011 British Grand Prix with the HRT team as part of a deal with Red Bull. Wikipedia

  • Kazuki Nakajima

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  • Alain Prost

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  • Esteban Gutiérrez

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  • Enrique Bernoldi

    Brazilian professional racing driver who raced for the Arrows Formula One team in 2001 and 2002, and was the test driver for BAR Honda between 2004 and 2006. He entered IndyCar racing in 2008, and competed in the FIA GT World Championship between 2009 and 2011, in addition to entering multiple other competitions. Wikipedia

  • Paul di Resta

    British racing driver from Scotland who drove in Formula One from to, became a reserve driver for the Williams F1 team in driving a single race for them as a substitute driver in. A former DTM and Formula 3 Euroseries champion, di Resta did not secure a Formula One drive for 2014, and rejoined Mercedes to race again in DTM. Wikipedia

  • Heikki Kovalainen

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  • Marc Gené

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  • Jos Verstappen

    Dutch former racing driver. After his F1 career Jos Verstappen has won races in A1 Grand Prix and Le Mans Series LMP2 races (winning the 24 hours of Le Mans LMP2 class in 2008). Wikipedia

  • Sergio Pérez

    Mexican racing driver, currently driving in Formula One for Racing Point. Member of the Ferrari Driver Academy until 2012. Wikipedia

  • Allan McNish

    British former racing driver, commentator, and journalist from Scotland. Three-time winner of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, most recently in 2013, as well as a three-time winner of the American Le Mans Series, which he last won in 2007. Wikipedia

  • Eddie Irvine

    Former racing driver from Northern Ireland. He competed in Formula One between 1993 and 2002, and finished runner-up in the 1999 World Drivers' Championship, driving for Scuderia Ferrari. Wikipedia

  • Olivier Panis

    French professional racing driver. Panis drove in Formula One for ten seasons, scoring one win at the 1996 Monaco Grand Prix for the Ligier team. Wikipedia

  • Alexander Wurz

    Austrian former professional racing driver, driver training expert and businessman. Also a two-time winner of the Le Mans 24 Hours. Wikipedia

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  • The highest paid driver in 2010 was Fernando Alonso, who received $40 million in salary from Ferrari—a record for any driver.Formula One-Wikipedia
  • Fernando Alonso and Montoya fought a cat-and-mouse battle for the victory in the 2005 British Grand Prix, with the deciding factor being the back-markers.Silverstone Circuit-Wikipedia
  • Schumacher's championship streak ended on 25 September 2005, when Renault driver Fernando Alonso became Formula One's youngest champion at that time (until Lewis Hamilton in and followed by Sebastian Vettel in 2010).Formula One-Wikipedia
  • The 2012 Formula One season saw Ferrari continue with the driver pairing of the previous two years of Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa, with Alonso once again narrowly missing out on the drivers' title.Scuderia Ferrari-Wikipedia
  • A large proportion of professional racing drivers began in karts, often from a very young age, such as Michael Schumacher and Fernando Alonso.Auto racing-Wikipedia
  • The Spanish driver Fernando Alonso won the 2006 drivers championship at this circuit by coming second in the race.São Paulo (state)-Wikipedia

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