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Alonso rules out podium finish in Spain

As the Spanish Grand Prix weekend is set to kick off, Fernando Alonso is looking forward to driving in front of his home fans but at the same time downplays expectations. “I would be lying if I said I could aim for a podium this weekend,” said Alonso, currently the only Spaniard on the grid. “The result in China was a boost for the team, but it came about because of a set of circumstances: I was lucky not to damage my car in the accident after the start, the two Red Bulls got a bit delayed, my pit stops were quick, so many factors put me on the podium. We need very special weekends to do it again and a podium here would be unbelievable.” Alonso won last year's Spanish Grand Prix...
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