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Alonso: Ferrari can be third best in race

– Fernando Alonso reckons Ferrari can be the third best team in the German Grand Prix, despite a low key qualifying performance.The Spaniard will start Sunday's race at Hockenheim from seventh, his best Q3 time more than a second slower than pole-sitter Nico Rosberg.But although he has written off his chances of fighting Mercedes and Williams, Alonso feels that his package is strong enough to beat the McLaren, Red Bull and Force India machines around him."I think, in front of us, the Williams and Mercedes are too quick to fight with them, but Red Bull, Force India and McLaren are beatable," he commented."Behind, there are some threats as I think [Jenson] Button is...
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