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Mattiacci wary of celebrating Hungary result

While he was delighted with the individual performances of his two drivers in the Hungarian Grand prix, Ferrari boss Marco Mattiacci warned that little could be read into the final result. Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen came home second and sixth after surviving the pit-falls of a race marked by both wet weather and multiple safety cars, but Mattiacci insisted that the result did not offer a true reflection of the Scuderia's place in the pecking order, and should be treated as something of an anomaly as the team attempts to get back on terms with the frontrunners. Alonso translated fifth on the grid and strong start in tricky conditions into a rare podium finish, and even enjoyed a...
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