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Off-Pace Ferrari ‘Luck In’ on Points in Montreal

Despite bringing upgrades to the Canadian Grand Prix, the pace of the Scuderia Ferrari team was still not a match for the teams up front. Spaniard Fernando Alonso finished sixth at the chequered flag and took eight World Championship points, while Finn Kimi Raikkonen took tenth and the final point on offer. Alonso inherited sixth on the final lap in Montreal after Felipe Massa and Sergio Perez’s crash, but felt the points he picked up were more from luck than anything else. The Spaniard unusually lost a place at the start to the Toro Rosso of Jean-Eric Vergne, but the pace of the car condemned him to a race of being unable to overtake anyone. “Looking at the wild final stages of the...
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