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Alonso: No promises for Barcelona

– Ferrari's Fernando Alonso has said he 'cannot promise anything' for the Spanish Grand Prix next month. Alonso took his first podium of the 2014 Formula 1 campaign last weekend in China, but while he was encouraged by his form there, he is uncertain about what he will be able to achieve on home soil at Barcelona's Circuit de Catalunya. "We need to see. We need to remain very calm. It has been a very unique race [here], we make a step forward. We were ninth and tenth fifteen days ago [in Bahrain] and that was hard. So, yeah, we need to remain calm. We are happy, we need to enjoy the result but still a long way to go and we cannot promise anything for Barcelona," he said....
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