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Fernando Alonso returns to race on home soil over the weekend, hoping for an unlikely resurrection of the form and pace that delivered his and Ferrari's most recent victory.That came a year ago in the 2013 Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuit de Catalunya, where the two-time world champion won ahead of Kimi Raikkonen, then of Lotus, and Felipe Massa in the second Ferrari.A year ago, the race may have been won by Alonso, but qualifying was dominated by the fast Mercedes pairing of Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton, who took the front row.This year has seen not only Mercedes domination, with Hamilton reeling off three straight wins following Rosberg's opening triumph in Australia, but also a solid consistency from Alonso in the chasing Ferrari.
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