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Ferrari: It wasn’t easy to find the ideal balance

Fernando Alonso There were no great surprises come the end of the first three hours of free practice for Sunday’s British Grand Prix. As we have seen already this season, Fernando Alonso is often the best of the rest [behind Mercedes] and the Ferrari man was third again today, while in the other F14 T, Kimi Raikkonen ended up ninth on the final timesheet of the day, once again finding life a bit tougher than his team-mate. Fernando Alonso: “This Friday was much like any other and we followed our programme, testing some components and working on set-up in the morning, while evaluating both tyre compounds in the afternoon, looking at the Medium with both qualifying and the race in mind....
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