Fernando Alonso has warned his team not to get ahead of itself after an encouraging performance on the opening day of this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix. Alonso topped the damp morning session on Friday, before slipping to seventh fastest in the afternoon, with the Spaniard a second behind the dominant Red Bull pair of Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber.
Despite the gulf in laptime between the Ferrari and the Red Bull in FP2, Alonso believes that the Scuderia have actually closed in on their main rivals and could come into play this weekend if the weather goes in their favour, even if the 32-year-old is yet to decide which way that is.
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