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Realistic 2015 Expectations for Fernando Alonso After Bahrain Grand Prix

Fernando Alonso could only finish 11th in the 2015 Bahrain Grand Prix, but the two-time world champion probably took more enjoyment from last weekend's race than he did from the 2014 event. Last year's Bahrain GP was one of the most miserable weekends of Alonso's disappointing five-year stint at Ferrari. The Sakhir circuit's four long stretches brutally exposed the F14-T's lack of straight-line speed, and Alonso, having been out-qualified by new team-mate Kimi Raikkonen in what would prove to be a rare interteam victory for the Finn, was virtually nonexistent in the race. While Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, behind the wheel of the dominant Mercedes cars, embarked upon one of the most thrilling wheel-to-wheel battles of modern times...

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