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FIA press conference schedule - Spain

Amongst the drivers who will take part in the official FIA press conference in Barcelona on Thursday will be Ferrari's Fernando Alonso, whose 2013 victory in Catalunya remains his most recent Grand Prix triumph, and reigning world champion Sebastian Vettel, who is looking to make up ground after his worst start to a season since 2008. On Friday meanwhile it is the turn of senior technical personnel - including Force India's deputy team principal Robert Fernley, whose team currently sit third in the constructors' championship - to answer questions from the press. The line-ups in full...Thursday, May 8, 1500 hours local time (1400 GMT)Fernando Alonso (Ferrari), Max Chilton (Marussia), Daniil...
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