Fernando Alonso celebrates becoming world champion as the confetti rains down on the podium.
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Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.<br /> Sunday 27 November 2016.<br /> Nico Rosberg, Mercedes F1 W07 Hybrid, celebrates as he jumps from his car after winning the World Championship.<br /> World Copyright: Glenn Dunbar/LAT Photographic<br /> ref: Digital Image _X4I5201
1936 JCC International Trophy.<br /> Brooklands, England. May 1936.<br /> An aerial view of the temporary chicanes leading towards Vickers straight as the grid lines up before the start of the race.<br /> World Copyright: LAT Photographic.<br /> Ref: Autocar Glass Plate C8611.
Spa-Francorchamps, Spa, Belgium<br /> 2nd September 2012.<br /> A huge crash unfolds involving Romain Grosjean, Lotus E20 Renault, Sergio Perez, Sauber C31 Ferrari, Fernando Alonso, Ferrari F2012, and Lewis Hamilton, McLaren MP4-27 Mercedes. <br /> World Copyright:Steven Tee/LAT Photographic<br /> ref: Digital Image _14P2387
1925 BARC Whitsun Bank Holiday Meeting.<br /> Brooklands, England. June 1925.<br /> Top to bottom: #4 Kidston's Bugatti, #5 Coe's 30-98 Vauxhall 'Vixen' (which was to be seriously damaged in an accident during the 100mph Short Handicap), Barnato's 3-litre Bentley, #7 is Scriven's Austin 20, #8 Lanfranchi's Alfa-Romeo, #9 is J C Douglas with 'Razor-Blade', #10 is H L Aldridge's Alvis, #11 is Benjafield's Salmson, the Austin is Francis Samuelson's, and there is a second #14 A Y Jackson12-50 Alvis, just creeping into the bottom of the photo.<br /> World Copyright: LAT Photographic.<br /> Ref: Autocar Glass Plate A4777.