Fernando Alonso became the first racer in history to be accepted into the Corridor of Reputation for the second time by the FIA. While the Spaniard is already a member of the F1 racers' Hall of Fame, he has been further honored for his achievements in the WEC Series.
Following two Formula One World Championship titles, Alonso successfully continued his career in the WEC Series, where, in addition to winning at Le Mans with Toyota, he won the World Championship title.
For the second time in a special event in Paris, Fernando Alonso was welcomed into the Hall of Fame at Paris, making him the first racer in history to succeed.
A gargantuan opportunity in Paris for the Corridor of Reputation at the FIA. It's a giant pleasure to be a fist driver to be inducted into each and every one @ F1 and @ FIAWEC Halls of Reputation. Thank You. 💙 # motorsport # halloffame # fia # f1 # wec # sport pic.twitter.com/dy1M6879vC
– Fernando Alonso (@alo_oficial) December 2, 2019