Fernando Alonso has admitted that his second place finish around Singapore’s Marina Bay feels as satisfying as a race win, following what had been a troublesome weekend for the Spaniard. The Ferrari ace faced an uphill battle come raceday after lining-up only seventh on the grid, a place behind his departing team-mate Felipe Massa, for Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix.
However, the 32-year made one of his characteristically strong starts, which saw him move into third behind Sebastian Vettel and Nico Rosberg, later moving into second following a gamble on strategy during the shuffle of the order caused by the deployment of the safety car and the pitstops.
'Today's second place is like a...
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