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Alonso, Räikkönen to stay at Ferrari in 2015

– Fernando Alonso and Kimi Räikkönen will remain at Ferrari for the 2015 Formula 1 campaign.In an interview with Sky Sports ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix, team boss Marco Mattiacci confirmed that both drivers would be staying onboard for at least another year, putting an end to speculation about their futures.The rumours grew out of Ferrari's challenging start to the season, with its chassis and turbo power unit failing to live up to expectations. Räikkönen has found it more difficult to adapt to the F14 T than Alonso, leaving him 12th in the standings on 27 points, while the Spaniard holds fourth position after taking a pair of podium finishes.There have also been structural...
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