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Ferrari Duo Endure Disappointing Sakhir Weekend

The Ferrari drivers of Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen ended the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend with a ninth and tenth place finish in desert. It was a case of salvaging the best result from a weekend when they were never near the ultimate pace, as they continued to suffer with the speed of their cars, particularly in a straight line. “Today, we could not have asked more of our car and drivers, because here, our most limiting factor was a lack of top speed,” said Ferrari technical director Pat Fry. “That meant we had to run a defensive race and even if in the middle sector, the one with the most corners, the F14 T was competitive, it was not enough to allow Fernando and Kimi to attack...
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