Fernando Alonso during the Hungarian GP
Scuderia Ferrari got back to Maranello from Hungary in high spirits, after securing its best result of the season so far, with Fernando Alonso finishing second and Kimi Raikkonen, who finished sixth, despite a rather dismal Saturday.
Both men delivered performances worthy of their world champion status and the team made brave and well executed decisions when it came to sorting out the strategy for the two F14 Ts. The result was a valuable morale booster, coming as it did prior to the summer break. However, no one is under any illusion that there isn’t still a lot to do before the team can compete with those at the front.
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