Ferrari looked impressive in Bahrain. They started off with a one-two in first practice and topped two other sessions, then just missed out in qualifying to Nico Rosberg’s Mercedes and Sebastian Vettel’s Red Bull.
Alonso was beaming on Saturday afternoon, satisfied that although not on the front row he was in a good position from which to race, with Ferrari’s form traditionally coming good on race day rather than on a single-lap run.
But then, on Sunday, it all went wrong.
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