But Alonso believes that his team’s victory at Le Mans really didn’t deserve it

Fernando Alonso believes that he, along with the Swiss, Sébastien Buemi, and the Japanese Kazuki Nakajima is the necessary of happiness has been on its victory at the 24 hours of Le Mans. In accordance with the right-back was in the Toyota with start number 7 will win.

“The race is not to be expired,” said Alonso after his victory in the Toyota with start number 8 in the world-famous long-distance race. “The other Toyota was in for almost the entire race faster than we do and, therefore, worthy of it’s win in my eyes more than any of us.”

The 37-year-old Alonso and his team-mates won the match after a spectacular finale in the LMP1 class. In the Toyota with start number 7 seemed to be on the way to the title, but José María López had an hour before the end of the pits because of a flat tire.

Shortly after that, it turned out that there was another band to replace it was supposed to be, so After reset the ring into it. It was his team that was being formed by britain’s Mike Conway and Japanese Kamui Kobayashi’s race at the Circuit de la Sarthe.

“Everything today is decided by luck”, said Alonso. “But sometimes, it goes in the sports world, well, the way things are. We were at the race, lady luck is on our side, but it is actually worthy of, we are winning, just do it.”

Fernando Alonso and his team to the cup. (Photo: Pro-Shots)

“It feels really good to get the gold in their possession,’

Alonso has won at the 24 hours of Le Mans for the second year in a row. Thanks to the victory made the former Formula 1 race car driver in Buemi and Nakajima are also on the world championship title in the World Endurance Championship, and he’s very proud of it.

“The main goal was to get the world champion title in the World Endurance Championship to win, and that’s how it is”, exclaimed with joy that he. “It feels good to now have it in my possession.”

In 2005 and 2006, Alonso became world champion in Formula 1. He is, after Norwegian Petter Solberg as the second driver in the various disciplines of the FIA, the world title has taken. Solberg won the world CHAMPIONSHIP in rally and the world CHAMPIONSHIP, rallycross.

For Alonso to win was this year’s edition of the 24 hours of Le Mans will also be the last. He announced in may that it is only the long distance races are driving, and that he is looking forward to the new challenges.

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