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Alonso: Ferrari can beat Red Bull

Fernando Alonso says Ferrari can beat Red Bull despite finishing sixth and tenth as Daniel Ricciardo won in Canada. Ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix, Alonso said the target was to beat the two Red Bull cars and try to edge closer to it in the constructors' championship. However, with Ricciardo winning the race - his first F1 victory - and Sebastian Vettel third, Ferrari lost 31 points to Red Bull and dropped 52 points behind its rival for second place. While Alonso admitted it wasn't an easy target to chase, he said it had been one that he himself has set and feels the gap in time shows Ferrari is not too far away. “It was an ambitious target but it was my target,” Alonso said. “I am...
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