Japanese GP; Fernando Alonso concedes title after points record

Monday, 14 October 2013 - 8:02



Ferraris Fernando Alonso said he was happy to have broken the all-time Formula 1 points record but admitted this years championship is over.

The Spaniard finished fourth in the Japanese Grand Prix to pass Michael Schumacher in the all-time points list.

But he is 90 points behind race-winner Sebastian Vettel with 100 available.

Alonso has now scored 1,571 points in his 12-year career, two more than Schumacher. Vettel is third on 1,351.

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