Bahrain and China, also on the defensive – Alonso

Malaysian GP winner Fernando Alonso is already at home. Well, in Italy, because Oviedo should expect to complete a new physical journey in Forli, in the center of training your normal physio Fabrizio Borra, which probed deeply two or three times a year to monitor exact physical status and control every aspect of your body.

“It’s nice to be back in Maranello, because the plane was still not believe what happened in the race, and when I arrived and saw the smiles on the faces of all our people, I realized how strong is your desire to work to improve the car as quickly as possible “, says on his blog the new championship leader.

Fernando jokingly reveals that none of his friends had bet on his victory – “pity, because they would have made much money,” he says, and recalls that in the final leg of the race, when he was most harassed by Sergio Perez, was quiet. “I knew there was only one dry line, which was not more than two meters wide, and although follow in my wake would not have been easy to go further, and he hoped to be able to defend until the end.”

“Now, I’ve got a few days here in Italy to undergo a routine medical check-up at the Physiology Centre at Forli where my trainer Fabrizio Borra reigns supreme. I do these medical and physical checks two or three times a year to see what shape I am in and to control every aspect of my body. Then, I’m heading back home to Spain to see the family, so we can spend a few days together. “

“You need a bit of time to relax after such a demanding race as the one in Sepang and then it will be time to put the finishing touches to preparation for another back to back run, this time in China and Bahrain, which means more long journeys and changes of time zones. Imagine, when I left it was still winter and now, after three weeks away, we are right in the middle of spring: it’s a nice change!”

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