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Alonso hopes to be closer to podium in Canada

Getty Images Enlarge Fernando Alonso says Ferrari has to stay "calm" in its pursuit of Mercedes and Red Bull and insists the team will be closer to challenging for a spot on the podium in Canada. Alonso finished a distant fourth behind Daniel Ricciardo in Monaco, which he admitted after the race was the best he could have hoped for with Sebastian Vettel's early retirement. Ferrari is still within touching distance of Red Bull in the constructors' championship, currently sitting 21 points behind in third. Alonso admits he is fully aware Ferrari is falling short of people's expectations in 2014 but is confident the team can progress on a race-by-race basis. "We will see, I...
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