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Museo Fernando Alonso, Asturias, Spain


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July 22, 2019


October 25, 2017

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Fernando Alonso stepped into his first single-seater at the tender age of 3. It was a kart built by his father with adapted pedals so that he could drive it.

Years later, the Asturian became the first Spanish winner of a Grand Prix, the driver with most points in history and a two-time Formula 1 World Champion. A legend of the sport whose values of effort, humility and passion have helped him gain worldwide admiration both on and off the track.

Photo by: Dario Alvarez from Orense, España (Alonso_IMG_7546) [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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Cars & Automotive: 1-25

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Available in the following languages:
English, Spanish

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Getting to the Museum

Address: Asturias, 33428, Asturias, Spain, Europe
Coordinates: 43.429007, -5.831468

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