Fernando Alonso believes he won't be able to rely on Ferrari's long run pace on Sunday due to an inability to push more than 95 percent on a tyre last lasts little more than a lap.
Ferrari looked relatively strong in the first sector and historically, Alonso has maximized any opportunity to gain position during the opening phase of races. However, Fernando believes the bottle-neck feature on the run to turn one will negate anything he might be able to achieve in the first few hundred meters.
'Tomorrow is a big opportunity for us. The start normally is good, but in Korea the first corner doesn't really leave enough room to attack' Alsonso explained. 'We're generally one by one into turn one...
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