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Ferrari can competitive in German Grand Prix

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Now the Ferrari campaign hints optimistic message that Fernando Alonso and Ferrari can be aggressive in German Grand Prix on this weekend.

The opening races of the season Ferrari struggled with upgrading and inconsistent performance and also they are not well performed in qualifying; now they back to competitive performance, and the recent qualifying and race performance lots of help their lead drivers title and hopeful upcoming races.

Championship leader Fernando Alonso’s race engineer, Andrea Stella, is in no doubt that Ferrari will be competitive in Germany.

Stella confesses that their 2012 machine F2012 has performed well further than what was expected.

“At the start of the season it would have required one to be extremely optimistic to imagine such a situation,” Stella told Ferrari website.

“But in this sport, things can change very quickly and we have always maintained a positive attitude. The current situation is the result of this attitude combined with a lot of hard work. The car was good in Valencia, it was also good in Silverstone,” he explained.

“And as Hockenheim is a mix of the slow speed of Valencia and high speed of Silverstone, I would expect Ferrari to be competitive in Germany.

“In the past in Hockenheim, managing the tyres was difficult, especially the front left and sometimes we also saw blistering on the rear tyres. So it could be an interesting weekend from the tyre point of view,” he added.


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