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Alonso: 'We can stage a recovery'

Fernando Alonso believes Ferrari can 'stage a recovery' after finishing the 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix in a disappointing ninth place. The Spaniard struggled with straight line speed throughout the weekend and could only make up one place from his starting position in the race. He admitted that the end result was the maximum possible but is confident that the Maranello-based outfit can make steps forward. 'Today’s race was complicated for us, even if we knew what to expect because, with its long straights, this track shows up our weak points,' he said. 'The team did a super job and sorted the problem I had yesterday in the final part of qualifying and the start and strategy were perfect....
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