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GP Week : Issue 202
After qualifying in that slot behind the Mercs and Red Bulls, Ferrari’s sunday was always going to be about points. In the end, it was Alonso who got them – but only because of a terribly unlucky incident which knocked Kimi Raikkonen out of third place at the lap 25 safety Car: Today, luck was not on our side, especially in Kimi's case,” reported Pat Fry. “Mercedes and Red Bull showed they have a greater potential than we do, but thanks to a really good start, I think that Kimi, who was third at the first corner, could have finished on the podium. unfortunately, during the safety Car period, his F14T was hit by a Marussia and that meant he had to make two stops in the space of two laps, effectively ruining his race. “Fernando also got away well, but a few moments later and for all of the first sector, his car suffered a temporary drop in power. Fortunately, he managed not to lose too many places and after that, he ran a rather solitary race. “We start work again tomorrow in Maranello, looking at our weak points: we are sure we can improve and now we must prove those words with facts.” Flat wipes out Kimi's opportunity 36 GPWEEK.com // 36 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> MONACO PARTNERS: