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No magical change for Bahrain - Alonso

Getty Images Enlarge Fernando Alonso is bracing himself for a tough race in Bahrain this weekend and admits there will be no quick fix for Ferrari's lack of pace this season. Alonso finished fourth at the opening two races of the season, but Ferrari has not looked capable of competing for podiums and is lacking straight-line speed compared to the Mercedes-powered cars. He is confident his team can make the necessary progress to catch up later in the season, but does not think it will be possible in time for this weekend's race. "For Bahrain, I don't think the picture will change that much from here [in Malaysia]," he said. "It's only five days [between] so there will not be...
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