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Alonso: The season is in its early stages and I think we can stage a recovery

Alonso: The season is in its early stages and I think we can stage a recovery 8 April, 2014 Fernando Alonso believes Ferrari can still be title contenders despite the Italian glamour team's disappointing start to the Formula 1 season. The Spaniard finished ninth in the Bahrain Grand Prix, one place ahead of team mate Kimi Raikkonen, after fourth places in Australia and Malaysia. Ferrari are fifth in the constructors' standings. Mercedes have meanwhile streaked into the distance with three pole positions and three wins, including two consecutive one-two finishes for Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg. There are 16 races remaining, with China next up. 'Although we did all we could, we can't be...
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