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Bahrain straights exposed our weakness - Domenicali

Ferrari struggled throughout today's Bahrain Grand Prix, especially on the straights where the F14T clearly lacks top end power. Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen finished in 9th and 10th, securing just a few points for the Italian team. Stefano Domenicali, Team Principal: “This race provided an epilogue to a weekend which turned out to be as difficult as we had thought it would be, even before arriving in Bahrain. This circuit is particularly tough for our car and Sakhir’s technical characteristics showed up the gaps in our performance. Now, we must forget this race and look ahead, because I don’t like seeing our drivers fighting hard everywhere and then being unable to attack or...
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