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Alonso: Vettel had two-second advantage in fight

Fernando Alonso says Sebastian Vettel had a two-second pace advantage over him during their fight over fifth place and preferred his battle with Jenson Button in the British Grand Prix. Having been stuck behind Button for a number of laps, Alonso became embroiled in a battle with Vettel in the final stint of the race and held off the Red Bull until four laps from the end. Both drivers were complaining about the other over team radio, but Alonso said his messages were not serious as he felt it was only a matter of time until Vettel passed him due to his pace advantage. “I was not unhappy,” Alonso said. “I think he was reporting every time that I was going [off track] and I had two or...
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