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Hungarian Grand Prix: Full race report

Fernando Alonso congratulates Daniel Ricciardo after the race Daniel Ricciardo took his second win of the season at the Hungarian Grand Prix, and a thriller it was too as Fernando Alonso clung on to second despite worn tyres and Lewis Hamilton battled from a pit lane start to the final podium position and championship leader Nico Rosberg, finished fourth after starting from pole position. Ricciardo’s victory was sealed in the final handful of laps as with fresh soft (yellow stripe) tyres bolted on he closed in on then leader Alonso, who was bravely trying to stretch a set of soft tyres through a 32-lap stint to the chequered flag, and Hamilton, who had muscled his way through the pack...
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