Alonso has set his sights on challenging Red Bull this season.
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For three years, McLaren's Fernando Alonso could only dream of having a car reliable enough to compete with the top teams in Formula One.After several years marked by technical issues and race retirements – Alonso failed to finish 17 races over three seasons – the team's fortunes are starting to look up.After Sunday's strong race, Alonso set his sights on challenging Red Bull this season – a team that had been in a different league from McLaren in recent years.This is a big turnaround from just a couple weeks ago when McLaren racing director Eric Boullier couldn't even guarantee McLaren would put a race-ready car on the track for the Australian GP after dismal testing results.
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