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Alonso: Fifth season hopefully a game changer

Looking ahead to 2014, his fifth season with Ferrari, Fernando Alonso is hoping to mimic the success of Michael Schumacher who won his third title in his fifth season with the marque.The German's two previous (back-to-back) titles came with Benetton, ironically the team that was to become Renault, the team with which the Spaniard won his back-to -back titles.However, on joining Ferrari in 1996 it was to be four very difficult seasons for the German before it all finally came together. Alonso, is hoping to mimic the seven-time champ's achievement.'In his fifth year, Schumacher won the title with Ferrari. I'm in my fifth year so hopefully I can repeat some of the success he had,' he says in...
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