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Gap to Red Bull not that big claims Domenicali

Ferrari aren't that far away from Red Bull claims team principal Stefano Domenicali, but admitted there is a "big gap" to Mercedes. Whilst Fernando Alonso finished fourth, nine seconds behind Sebastian Vettel, the Italian believes that was down to tyre difficulties for the team, rather than outright pace. "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. "I think to Mercedes there is a big gap, but with Red Bull and the others we are more or less close to that field, but we need to aim to be on top. For...
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