Fernando Alonso says he was unable to set a competitive time during the final segment of qualifying due to a loss of power in his Ferrari F14T.
Alonso was the slowest of the Q3 runners but will start from ninth on the grid due to Daniel Ricciardo's 10 place grid penalty.
"We tried our best as usual today and now we need to wait for the car to come back from parc ferme to work out why there was a drop in power in Q3," he said. "In winter testing here we had already seen that this circuit is particularly suited to the Mercedes powered cars, because the long straights allow them to use their top end performance.
"But given how free practice and the first...
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