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Horner glad stewards didn't act over radio calls

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is thankful that the British Grand Prix race stewards chose not to act on the complaints of Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel. The pair made repeated radio calls to their respective teams complaining about the way in which one another was driving during the closing laps of the race. Horner admitted the calls were an attempt to get the rival driver penalised and he believes it's more frequent now because of the strict track limit rules which penalise a driver for running all four wheels over the white line. "The two guys were going at it hammer and tongs, and it was great racing," Horner said. "The problem is that they have...
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