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Touch of Alonso magic secures Ferrari's first podium finish of 2014

Fernando Alonso delivered a standout performance during Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix to secure both his and Ferrari’s first podium finish of the year. In shades of his form in 2012, when the Spaniard regularly punched above his weight in the difficult F2012, Fernando Alonso drove a fine race to third on the podium, coming home a respectable seven seconds down the road from Nico Rosberg in the dominant Mercedes, to secure his and Ferrari’s first rostrum finish of 2014. Having started fifth, the Spaniard was involved in a dramatic moment off the start line, when the fast-starting Felipe Massa attempted to force his way past both Alonso and Daniel Ricciardo’s Red Bull, a move that led...
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