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Alonso warns Ferrari to expect difficult times

SILVERSTONE, United Kingdom, July 03, 2014 (AFP) - Fernando Alonso, who has won races in every season since joining Ferrari in 2010, admitted on Thursday that he does not expect to win for the team this year. The two-time world champion also forecast that Ferrari will be involved in a tight scrap to stay third in the constructors' championship as midfield rivals close the gap. Alonso has finished on the podium just once this year. Speaking ahead of this weekend's British Grand Prix, the Spaniard said: "If I'm honest with you I'd say no, it's not possible to win this year. "It's what I'm thinking inside, but in 2011, also, I thought it was...
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