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Ferrari: The gap has come down to Red Bull and Mercedes

Fernando Alonso Scuderia Ferrari has set up camp on Row 3 of the grid for tomorrow’s Monaco GP. Fernando Alonso qualified fifth, one place ahead of Kimi Raikkonen. While the Spaniard had a “glass half full” attitude to the result, pleased with signs of improvement from the F14 T and the fact they outpaced teams that have been ahead of the Prancing Horse in recent races, the Finn went for the “glass half empty” approach, unhappy that he still was not completely at his ease in the car and that the tyres were taking too long to warm up. Fernando Alonso: “Today’s result encapsulates the state of play this weekend and it’s more or less what we expected, but I don’t think it...
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