Both Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen have had concerns to start 2014
By: Matthew Walthert, Bleacher Report on April 1, 2014
LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC – Fernando Alonso completed in 4th location at the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso of Ferrari has spent a great deal of the 1st 2 races of the 2014 Formula A single season seeking at the back of Nico Hulkenberg’;s Force India.
Certain, the Spaniard at some point passed Hulkenberg in both Australia and Malaysia, but Ferrari—the most productive staff in F1 history—is not in the sport to battle the likes of Force India (1 podium finish in 6-plus many years).
Even more disheartening for the team from Maranello, Alonso has been the much better of their 2 drivers so far. Kimi Raikkonen looked uncompetitive en route to a 6th-place finish in Melbourne. Then, a collision with Kevin Magnussen on Lap 2 of the Malaysian Grand Prix left him at the back of the discipline and he struggled to 12th location, behind the a lot-maligned Lotus of Romain Grosjean.
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