Fernando Alonso celebrates his final Formula 1 race this weekend at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix so take a look over the highs and lows of the two-time world champion's career.

Starting in 2001 with back-markers Minardi, Alonso climbed his way up the grid to become the youngest-ever F1 world champion with Renault, beating Michael Schumacher and Ferrari in the process, before a career with multiple highlights from his infamous 2007 McLaren campaign to his title near-misses with Ferrari.

But with 32 race wins, 97 podiums, 22 pole positions and his two F1 world championship crowns, here’s how Alonso paved his F1 career.




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