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Bit by bit we are improving, says Alonso

– Fernando Alonso has declared himself 'pleased' with his fourth place finish in the Monaco Grand Prix and reckons that it is proof that 'bit by bit' the Scuderia is improving.Alonso eventually came home more than 30 seconds off the winner and while he conceded that gap was 'still significant' to Mercedes and Red Bull, he remained encouraged and described the pace of the Ferrari F14 T as 'good'."Finishing just off the podium today was a good result, especially after a difficult start and the various incidents during the race," explained the Spaniard, who suffered a temporary drop in power early on."At the start, something in the motor didn't work, but even if I'd had...
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