Bahrain Grand Prix: Red Bull dominate but Fernando Alonso & Aston Martin play starring role

“We didn’t expect to be that competitive,” Alonso said. It was 2013 – 10 years ago – that he last had a car capable of regularly being on the podium. Verstappen, with whom Alonso has a warm relationship, said: “He has had a few years where there was not really a possibility to fight at the front, so I’m happy to see him sitting here already in race one. “You normally pass into Turn One or into Turn Four,” Alonso said. But then we come to the race and we are a second every lap off the pace, which is huge.

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