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Alonso: Fourth on the grid is a good surprise

Fernando Alonso during Spa qualifying Fernando Alonso said he was surprised by his Ferrari team's speed and competitiveness after he qualified fourth on the grid for Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix. The two-time world champion had forecast that Ferrari would struggle but after a wet session he said he had been pleasantly surprised by the outcome. 'It has been a good surprise. We'll see how we can finish it tomorrow. Hopefully we take some good points,' said the Spaniard. 'We expected a strong Williams here, but I think the wet masked their true pace a little bit so tomorrow maybe I expect them to be very competitive in the dry. Fernando Alonso will start the Belgian GP from fourth on the grid...
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