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Alfa Romeo's Vasseur had jitters over Raikkonen's reliability

Alfa Romeo team boss Frederic Vasseur admits he spent Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix with his fingers crossed, hoping that Kimi Raikkonen's car would not succumb to a reliability problem. After Ferrari's Charles Leclerc was hit with a control electronics issue while leading in Bahrain, Ferrari provided its customer teams with a fix but Alfa Romeo declined to implement the update because of fears linked to timing constraints. However, the Swiss outfit quickly regretted that decision when Antonio Giovinazzi was sidelined for qualifying on Saturday when his engine was diagnosed with the same CE failure that had hit Leclerc at Sakhir. F1i's Driver Ratings for the 2019 Chinese GP Given the fact...
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