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Fernando Alonso: “We must try to run a Perfect Race”

Both Scuderia Ferrari drivers managed to qualify inside the top ten at Spa-Francorchamps, with Fernando Alonso fourth and Kimi Raikkonen eighth in a session hit heavily by rain. Both drivers are in positive frames of mind heading into the race on Sunday, with their upgraded car seemingly a big step forward. Alonso was once again on top of his game, and wound up fourth on the grid. The Spaniard admitted that it was a tricky session with the conditions as they were, but felt he had a good session. He also believes the car is working well on the long runs, so is hoping for a strong race on Sunday. “I think today’s qualifying went well, even if it wasn’t easy, because every time you went...
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