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How late heartbreak decided Le Mans, and what next for Alonso?

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Toyota was only racing itself at the 2019 Le Mans 24 Hours, which turned out to be fortunate as its race-leading car hit trouble approaching the final hour of the race, handing a second consecutive victory in the French classic to Fernando Alonso, Sebastian Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima. Speaking from the circuit straight after the race, Jack Cozens and Tom Errington explain the late drama that was so painful for one side of the Toyota garage, and they also assess Alonso's options now his WEC deal is up - as he leaves the series with a world title and two Le Mans wins to his name

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Duration 04:17
Posted Jun 16, 2019
Series Le Mans
Event 24 Hours of Le Mans
Drivers Fernando Alonso Shop Now , Kazuki Nakajima , Sébastien Buemi
Teams Toyota Racing
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