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Alonso: It's probably the biggest smile for a fourth position in my career

Alonso: It's probably the biggest smile for a fourth position in my career 29 March, 2014 Fernando Alonso, a three times winner in Malaysia, was happy with fourth place on the starting grid on Saturday after steering his battered Ferrari through the rain. The double Formula One world champion, winner of 32 races in his career, felt fortunate just to be on the second row after earlier colliding with Daniil Kvyat's Toro Rosso. The crash in the second phase brought out a red flag and looked like it could be the end of qualifying for the Spaniard but his team managed to fix a broken left steering arm on his car in five minutes and get him back on the track. 'I'm so happy with this qualifying,...
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