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Fernando Alonso has not been overly impressed by Red Bull's performance in Malaysia. The Milton Keynes team claimed a 1-2 finish at Sepang although, according to the Ferrari driver, Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber would not have enjoyed such a stroll to victory should Saturday have produced a less dramatic qualifying result.
"We gave Red Bull a little gift today," the 2005 and 2006 Champion is quoted as saying by ITV. "If we had qualified in a normal fashion then we would certainly have given them a hard time."
Having contended with a gearbox problem from the start of the 56-lap race, Alonso's Grand Prix came to an early end due to an engine failure.
"Trying to look on the positive side, at least the engine failure only cost me two points," Fernando continued. "It would have been much worse if I had been in the lead!"
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