Alonso looking backwards rather than at win chance

Fernando Alonso says Aston Martin needs to focus on keeping the likes of Mercedes and Ferrari at bay rather than dreaming of victory from the front row at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. Max Verstappen’s reliability issue opened the door for a more competitive qualifying session than was expected, with the early championship leader starting 15th. Sergio Perez took pole position from Charles Leclerc, but a grid penalty for the Ferrari driver means Alonso will start second as Aston Martin backed up its performance from Bahrain, but the Spaniard believes a win is unlikely. “I think we are not in…

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