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When you just cannot win...

...and the saying goes: "Can't win for losing", meaning that things would be going great for you if they weren't going so badly." Ask Ferrari.
Monday, April 22, 2013

April 22nd, 2013 (F1plus/ E. Black).- The above term comes to mind at times when we think back at certain Formula One Grand Prix'. For instance, Ferrari had a day to forget in Bahrain this past weekend. On lap seven, Felipe Massa damages his front wing end plate. The damage is not critical but the car's handling is slightly impacted. Just one lap later, teammate Fernando Alonso is forced to pit because his DRS wing was stuck wide open. This would only be the beginning of what would prove to be a difficult, challenging and rather fruitless day for the Scuderia.

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On lap nine, Alonso is forced to pit again as his DRS fails to close after having been engaged. Fernando is forced to compete for the rest of the race without the use of DRS which placed the Spaniard at a severe disadvantage.

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On lap eleven, Massa pits together with Vettel but is unable to exit the pits and re-join ahead of Button while Vettel is able to sneak out ahead. In just seven laps, (lap 18), Massa is forced to pit again for a delaminated right rear tyre. After gambling with a tyre choice and starting the race with the hard compound tyre as opposed to the medium, Massa's potentially advantageous strategy is nullified.

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Stuck in midfield traffic, both Ferrari drivers battled to gain positions to sneak into the points while the race leaders increase their lead.

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Massa suffers yet another right rear tyre failure and is forced to stop for new rubber on Lap 37. Things seem to be going from bad to worse for the team and the struggling Brazilian who had started the race with much promise.

On lap 40 Alonso and Perez both had pitted for tyres, after which a great battle took shape. There was some very impressive and "edge of the seat" racing from Alonso, Button and Perez around lap 47. Without the use of DRS, Alonso somehow found a way to get himself into the points.

On lap 54 Perez and Alonso continue their epic battle and there was some contact. Perez may have been a wee bit aggressive as he pushed Alonso wide and off of the circuit. The sandy off-road excursion certainly did not help the Spaniard's degrading tyres.

Ferrari finished the race with only one of its drivers collecting points with Fernando Alonso crossing the line P8 and Felipe a distant P15. Both drivers, having made four pit stops, two (each) of which, were unscheduled.

Sometimes, you just can't win...

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