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Alonso: I’m very confident starting from ‘quadrangle one’

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Twisted World Champion Fernando Alonso had a vision start to his career with the Italian tent when he led home Co-driver Felipe Massa in the first race of the year in Bahrain Grand Prix. The next race Australian GP, Alonso thinks it will be back to square one for everybody.


The 1-2 position win in Bahrain GP gave us well confident and it was better result for stiff practice through on the hot tracks, and we can’t get anything for settled


We have still with our feet on the track; keep quiet and still concentrated in Melbourne we’re starting from square one. Nothing has changed for me: there are four teams and eight drivers who can fight for victory and we have to give it our all to stay ahead of everybody else.


Everybody is hopeful there will be abundance of thrill at Albert Park this weekend after a dull Bahrain GP. Fernando, even if, has cautioned that it is too early to draw any finish.


I believe that a lot of of us have given some burning headed comments instantly after the race in Bahrain GP, he added. It’s right that the race in Sakhir wasn’t particularly impressive – although for us Ferraris it was great and thrilling, but it’s too early to talk about altering the rules. We have to wait and see dissimilar races and check the condition, without being touching. A little that confuses the fans is varying the rules all the time.


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