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Alonso praises points-scoring Bianchi

Marussia F1 Team Double world champion Fernando Alonso has praised Jules Bianchi after the French racer finished in the top 10 at last weekend's Monaco Grand Prix. Bianchi, a member of Ferrari's Driver Academy, finished the race in ninth place to collect not only his first Formula 1 points, but the first for Marussia in over four years of competition. Alonso believes that Bianchi is on course for a great career in Formula 1. "We spend a lot of time together in Maranello, we play football, we go cycling, we travel together on the same plane for some races," Alonso told Reuters. "He's a friend and I'm extremely happy for him and very proud of what his result will mean for him...
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