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Red Bull not that far ahead - Ferrari

Sutton Images Enlarge Ferrari believes it is capable of fighting with Red Bull at upcoming races, even though Fernando Alonso finished nine seconds shy of Sebastian Vettel in Malaysia. Alonso has made a solid start to the season with two fourth place finishes, but Ferrari has not had the pace to challenge for podiums. However, Domenicali said Ferrari struggled to get the tyres working in Malaysia and is confident his team is in the mix with the teams behind Mercedes. "I don't think the gap to Red Bull was that big to be honest," he said. "With these hard tyres in this heat the drivers were complaining about traction, about the fact they did not feel the cars as they wanted....
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