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Fernando Alonso: every one we can do is push to move forward

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Alonso, having spin at curve 1 in Australian GP earlier than getting better to fourth place in last weekend’s Australian Grand Prix, will be forced to come through traffic for the second time in a week after qualifying a lowly 19th in Malaysia. Among Both Ferrari cars and McLaren cars having stayed in the pits, anticipate the track to dry before more rain soon inwards, the four drivers in question were presented with no realistic opportunities to make the cut to Q2.

No rain was predicted for Q1 and we thought it would be more or less dry, Alonso explained to Catalan broadcaster TV3. Luckily the race is tomorrow and many things will happen tomorrow. We will almost certainly have rain, which means lots of variables, so all we can do is push as much as possible and try to make up as lots of places as possible.

I’m not at all want it to rain as it’s not what everyone wants to see; having said that, all sorts of things can take place when we have a condition like this.

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