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Alonso: It's very tight in the midfield

Article To news overview © Alpine Fernando Alonso believes the balance of power in the midfield will shift between races as different tracks suit different cars. The Bahrain Grand Prix was a tough weekend for Alpine, with Alonso retiring from the race after debris became lodged in his brake duct. Up until the point his brakes went, Alonso had looked in contention for a low points scoring position after qualifying in the top ten and enjoying some early race duels. "I think it's gonna be very, very close in the midfield," Alonso said after the race to media, including RacingNews365. "[At a] couple of weekends, I think it's gonna be better for some teams, maybe the next...
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