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Fangio

(Spanish ˈfaŋxjo)
n
(Biography) Juan Manuel (xwan maˈnwɛl). 1911–95, Argentinian racing driver who won the World Championship five times between 1951 and 1957
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When it was first announced that Vic Fangio would be leaving Chicago to take the Denver Broncos head coaching job, Bears fans seemed sure the sky was falling.
Denver Broncos beat reporter Mike Klis (https://www.9news.com/article/sports/nfl/denver-broncos/mike-klis/broncos-coaching-search-appears-to-be-choice-of-fangio-or-munchak/73-ea48f8b3-fa67-4b21-aa6a-a921ebf30f2c) reported on Tuesday that general manager John Elway is most likely going to choose between Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line coach Mike Munchak and Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio for the team's new head coach.
Hamilton has many a critic, but nevertheless to emulate, in my opinion, undoubtedly the greatest driver of his era , Argentinian Juan Manuel Fangio, is indeed no mean feat!
Lewis Hamilton claimed his fifth drivers' world championship on Sunday to draw level with Juan Manuel Fangio in the Formula One record books when he finished fourth behind a victorious Max Verstappen in the Mexican Grand Prix.
An emotional Hamilton, 33, equalled the tally set by Argentina's Juan Manuel Fangio and only needs two more titles to match the record held by Michael Schumacher.
The 33-year-old Mercedes star has now drawn level with Juan Manuel Fangio, and is just two short of Michael Schumacher's record, but in a dramatic race, won by Max Verstappen, he ran off the road while defending third place from Daniel Ricciardo.
Summary: Mexico City [Mexico], Oct 29 (ANI): British Formula One Lewis Hamilton on Sunday finished fourth in the Mexican Grand Prix to clinch his fifth world championship crown to equal his tally with the legendary Argentine Juan Manuel Fangio.
The reigning champ says he is in the mood to win a fifth crown insisting he has not even hit his peak yet as he bids to equal Juan Manuel Fangio's tally.
Next year will see two four-time world champions taking aim for a fifth Formula One world championship and whoever of either Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes or Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel gets there first, they will go on to equal the legendary Juan Manuel Fangio.
It was hailed as the greatest road race of its age and attracted such star driving legends as Juan Manuel Fangio and the Galvez brothers to compete for the glory of winning 'The Grand Prix of South America'.
The triple world champion, who is bidding to become the first driver since Juan Manuel Fangio in the 1950s to secure a hat-trick of consecutive wins at Monza, was nearly half-asecond faster than his sole title rival in yesterday's qualifying shoot-out In securing the 56th pole of his career, Hamilton also joined his great hero Ayrton Senna and Fangio in claiming a record five poles at the socalled Temple of Speed.
Hamilton has now won pole position five times at the Italian Grand Prix, equaling a record set by F1 legends Juan Manuel Fangio and Ayrton Senna.