Aston Martin: Gap to Red Bull is “still substantial” after Bahrain F1 podium

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After a bad first lap at the season opener in Bahrain, Alonso, who had been strong throughout the weekend, recovered to third having been helped by the retirement of Charles Leclerc.
However, he still finished 38 seconds behind winner Max Verstappen, who was not stretched in the latter part of the race.
Alonso himself believed that with a better start and without the need to fight past other …Keep reading Source

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