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Ferrari's miserable season continues as Raikkonen is lapped by the Mercedes

Ferrari’s miserable start to the season continued on Sunday in Spain, as Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen came home a distant sixth and seventh, a minute and a half behind the dominant Mercedes pairing of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, with the Finn suffering the ignominy of being put a lap down. This weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix marked a year since Ferrari’s last F1 win, courtesy of Fernando Alonso at this very same circuit. As a measure of the seriousness of this point, it is the first time that Ferrari has gone a year without a grand prix victory in two decades. On the basis of Ferrari’s performance in Spain, this winless streak seems set to continue, with Fernando Alonso...
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