The two Ferrari F14Ts will start the twelfth round of the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship from the second and fourth rows of the grid and fourth placed Fernando Alonso admitted that the rain which, almost inevitably affected qualifying, helped him today.
The Spaniard was pleased with his performance and so he should be, because his lap time was only fractionally slower than third placed Sebastian Vettel in the Red Bull.
However, looking at the bigger picture, the two Mercedes were once again in a class of their own and, with the very long lap here, their advantage looks even bigger than elsewhere.
Pole man Nico Rosberg put in a lap over 2 seconds faster than Vettel, with...
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