Fernando Alonso says bad luck cost Ferrari a higher grid slot during qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix.
Alonso, who spun on his first flying lap in Q3, will start Sunday's race from ninth on the grid.
'When you end up ninth and tenth, clearly something has gone wrong and only analysing the data will be able to tell you what exactly, especially as the car was more competitive than in recent races,' he said
'That’s partly down to the updates introduced here, which we had been working on since mid-July, when it was clear we had problems. Bad luck definitely played its part, because if the cloud that appeared in Q3 had not moved just before the end of the session, then maybe those who...
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