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Bring Back V10s: When Alesi finally got his F1 win – The Race

Jean Alesi claimed his first – and only – F1 win on an emotional day at the 1995 Canadian Grand Prix, driving a Ferrari with the number 27 made famous by Gilles Villeneuve, on the circuit named after the great Canadian.
Sam Smith and self-confessed Alesi fanatic Jonathan Reynolds join host Glenn Freeman to revisit that June weekend in 1995.
Beyond Alesi’s long-overdue moment of good fortune, topics covered include:
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