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Alonso suffered in Morocco, but took away 'a lot of positives'

Fernando Alonso's first big foray into the rally-raid world with Toyota in Morocco was a story of punctures, ditches, incidents and a lot of swallowed dust, but the Spaniard also took away a lot of positives from his experience. Last weekend, Alonso entered the thick of his preparations for the Dakar Rally with the Toyota Gazoo off-road squad, with navigator Marc Coma at his side. The crew successfully completed the Morocco Rally's five stages, bringing its works Hilux home in 26th position overall, 77 hours behind Toyota teammate and winner Giniel de Villers, a result undermined by 70 hours' worth of penalties handed to Alonso and Coma. Alonso could be tempted to return to 'different' F1...
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