At the Korean Grand Prix Fernando Alonso could become the most successful driver in the history of the Formula 1 world championship. And if he doesn't do it there, it's inevitable he will do so before the season is out.
By most metrics, the Spaniard is already recognised as an all-time great thanks to his two world titles, 32 victories and close to 100 appearances on the podium. But he is also on the brink of becoming number one on points scored.
If he wins or finishes second in Korea, Alonso will leap ahead of Michael Schumacher at the top of the list. A third place will put him level with the German's haul of 1566 points.