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Thursday analysis - Ferrari, Red Bull ready to pounce

Conditions were better than expected in Monaco on Thursday, particularly with regard to the newly surfaced section of track from Casino Square to the end of the tunnel, which proved to have decent grip. FP1 presented few problems, but the wet track at the start of FP2 disrupted things for a while and only enabled teams to get their first runs on the supersoft Pirelli tyre right at the end. We take a team-by-team look at day one in Monte Carlo… FerrariFernando Alonso, 1m 18.930s, P4/1m 18.482s, P1Kimi Raikkonen, 1m 19.467s, P6/1m 45.509s, P22Alonso was quick in both sessions, setting the pace in the second with a series of strong laps when the track was busiest right at the end. But...
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