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Ferrari team Principal Stefano Domenicali says that he expects 2012 F1 title fighting contenders are Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel.

The triple-speedy are currently top on the drivers’ championship. The Canada makes one more different winner for 2012 F1. Now seven different winners from seven races and every one expect hard predict, who will win title.

“I think at the end of the day, looking at the championship, it’s going to be a fight between Sebastian Lewis and Fernando. That’s what I feel,” he said after the Canadian Grand Prix.

“Maybe because everyone is thinking one thing before the race and another after, maybe after Valencia it will be different. But honestly I think the championship could evolve into a fight between the first three drivers.”

“Today the race was disappointing for myself because we didn’t bring back the points that the car should have brought back,” he said.

“So this is the bitter pill that we have in Canada today, but on the other side we should be happy that the car is once again competitive and the most important thing is that the championship is completely open. “

“Hamilton is leading but Alonso is second by two points and there are many races to go. The only thing is to keep pushing and put the performance on the car and up to the moment that we are qualifying on pole position we cannot be happy.”

“We will bring new updates for Valencia. The first objective is not to fight for pole position as we did here but to be able to take a pole position after such a long time. Of course there will be another evolution but I’m sure the others will do the same so it’s a matter to see how the package is performing on the track and that will make the difference.”


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