Is it impossible to win Monaco, Indy and Le Mans now?

Is it impossible to win Monaco, Indy and Le Mans now?

The mystical Triple Crown has been achieved by just one driver - Graham Hill. But how many people have actually tried to do it? Is it that special? And could it be more of a 'thing'?

Fernando Alonso has suggested that, if he can't win eight world championships to eclipse Michael Schumacher, the best way to prove himself as the greatest racing driver is to win the so-called Triple Crown.

To win the Triple Crown - something only Graham Hill has achieved - would be a phenomenal achievement, but it's something of an oddity as a concept given how few drivers have ever had a chance of doing it.

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