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GP Week : Issue 214
Despite two differing strategies, the two Ferrari drivers ended up more or less on the same patch of tarmac as the race came to its end: "After a far from easy weekend, I am reasonably pleased with the outcome of the race, because even if we weren't very competitive, we managed to score a good number of points,” said Fernando Alonso. “Today, degradation was particularly high, especially in the first stint on the softs, which lasted less time than expected because of graining. “When I passed Kimi, my tyres were newer than his, as he was on a two stop, but I was having to save fuel and after that overtaking move, there was nothing more I could do. “Now there's just one race to go this season and in terms of the constructors' championship, we hope to manage to keep McLaren behind us in the final race in Abu Dhabi. As for myself, I reckon I'm in the position I deserve, because others have done better." For his part, Kimi was as usual a little understated: "Overall, this has been a positive weekend and even today in the race, I felt very good in the car. “During the second stint, we realised that if we went for a two stop strategy, we could make up ground, but then, at my second pit stop, I lost valuable time and that cost me some places. “In the final part of the race, I had to fight off Button for a few laps and when Fernando caught me, tyre degradation meant I couldn't fend him off.” Ferrari: different strokes 33 GPWEEK.com // 33 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> BRAZIL PARTNERS: