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Ferrari will retain Alonso/Raikkonen - Mattiacci

Ferrari will reportedly retain both Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen for the 2015 season according to team principal Marco Mattiacci. Alonso's future in particular has been in doubt recently with suggestions he may return to McLaren next season amid disappointing results at the Italian outfit. Whilst many would argue McLaren are faring no better - worse if you go by results - it's believed both the Woking team and its new for 2015 engine supplier Honda have given the Spaniard guarantees that it will be more successful. It's not clear whether that is enough to tempt the double world champion back, or whether he's able to move as he remains under contract with Ferrari for 2015, which may...
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