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Ferrari's dry spell completes a year in Spain

It turned out Fernando Alonso was right to tell his local fans that he had little chance to repeat as winner at the Spanish Grand Prix. Alonso started Sunday's race from seventh and only moved up one spot through 66 laps, and that at the expense of struggling Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen. Alonso had earned a promising third-place finish at the previous Chinese GP just before Marco Mattiacci arrived to replace team boss Stefano Domenicali following his resignation. But as Alonso had warned, he finished almost a minute behind race winner Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes at the Barcelona-Catalunya circuit. 'Of course I'd have liked to have done better here in my home race, but I knew right from...
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