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Alonso: Malaysian F1 GP a little bit of a nightmare

Fernando Alonso has said Ferrari needs to improve and that his car felt slow for all of Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix, a race he described as 'a little bit of a nightmare'.Alonso spent most of the afternoon battling with Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo and Force India's Nico Hulkenberg, and while he got the better of both - with Ricciardo dropping back after pit stop problems, and then passing Hulkenberg to take fourth near the end, the Spaniard was still disappointed.Indeed he was 35.9 seconds off eventual winner, Lewis Hamilton, while Sebastian Vettel was 11.4 seconds ahead in P3 at the end.“It felt slow for all the race, to be honest,” he told reporters in Sepang, including Crash.net....
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