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Fernando Alonso says F1 racing at Sepang circuit to be more hard

30 Septembre 2017

For much of the season it has been the Ferrari driver who has had the upper hand. The champion will be the driver with the lowest score.

Despite their domination of Formula 1 racing in recent seasons, Mercedes have only ever triumphed once in Malaysia - in 2014 when Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg cruised to a crushing one-two for the Silver Arrows.

After winning last time out in Singapore Lewis Hamilton moved 28 points ahead of Sebastian Vettel in the F1 drivers' championship.

He has won the last three races, including the latest in Singapore that was gifted to him after the Ferrari pair collided into the first corner.

"It seems like Ferrari and Red Bull are very strong".

"It's been a very hard day", said Hamilton.

"But with a collision like that at the start of the race like that, I think all three of us, when we had to face the stewards. what can you do?"

"So a big thank you to everyone there and I look forward to seeing you tomorrow!"

Neither Vettel nor Hamilton have fond memories of previous year, however, with both failing to finish the race as Red Bull clinched a 1-2 with Ricciardo holding off Max Verstappen.

"If you look at the last two races, we're not happy and we're not proud of them", said Vettel, who has won four times in Malaysia.

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"People probably might think that I am cracking a bit under that pressure", said Gasly.

"But a rejuvenated Hamilton this season broke Michael Schumacher's record for career pole positions and even spoke about attempting to match the German great's record 91 race victories after his 60th win €" and third in a row €" in Singapore. "So if nothing goes wrong with the auto then he's in a really strong position".

Vettel insists he does not want to dwell on what has already happened, as he bids to get his title challenge back on track at this week's Malaysian Grand Prix.

"The high temperature conditions are tough not only for the members of the team but also for our PU, therefore it is positive that we were able to finish the sessions without any issues".

"It feels fantastic, honestly".

That's the largest points difference we've seen between F1 2017's two main protagonists all year.

"There is no real target".

"I saw Max initially getting off the line quicker than me". I don't feel like I need to [be worried] either.

The Frenchman spoke to CNN a year ago explaining his role as a Red Bull development driver and it was clear then that he was itching to break into F1 this season.

Speaking to Sky Sports television, Wolff said the team had struggled from the start and in both wet and dry conditions with a temperamental auto he has previously described as being a bit of a "diva". The good news for Hamilton is Sebastien Vettel's 2016 Singapore Grand Prix was short-lived.

Fernando Alonso says F1 racing at Sepang circuit to be more hard