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Three generations of McLaren F1 drivers Fernando Alonso, Jenson Button, Mika Häkkinen, David Coulthard, and Stoffel Vandoren go back to their karting roots for a five-way face-off.

The video reveals in Youtuber SeventyFiveBucks, Mika Häkkinen, the F1 champion in 1998 and 1999; David Coulthard, runner-up to the 2001 championship; Stoffel Vandoren, McLaren-Honda’s current reserve driver; and of course, McLaren’s current pros, Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button recently competed in a race at Alonso’s go-kart course.

1998-1999 World Champion Mika Hakkinen
2005-2006 World Champion Fernando Alonso
2009 World Champion Jenson Button
Former F1 driver David Coulthard
Current reserve driver Stoffel Vandoorne

They’re at the track to have fun, seeing them battle against each other in what’s arguably the purest form of racing is an amazing sight to behold. While there was a lot of challenging move touring on in the middle of the field, Mika Hakkinen seemed to be having a very calm time out front, that was until the last lap when Alonso caught and passed him out of the final turn for the win.

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