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Alonso: Ferrari has not been too conservative

Sutton Images Enlarge Fernando Alonso says he does not think Ferrari has been too conservative in recent years and expects the team's current approach to continue into 2015. Ferrari has struggled with both its power unit and the aerodynamics of the F14 T this year, with it recently falling behind Williams into fourth in the constructors' championship. But Alonso does not believe the team's recent downturn is down to a reluctance to take risks over the past few seasons. "I don't think so," Alonso said when asked if Ferrari had been too conservative since he joined in 2010. "I don't think there was any moment of those years where we didn't take a risk. In fact I think from...
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