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'Shit' Ferrari upstages Mercedes' 100th F1 race

A little over a week after Mercedes chairman Niki Lauda described the current Ferrari with colourful language, his team’s cars were beaten black and blue by the scarlet challenger. Fernando Alonso wringed the F14-T at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday to finish second, fending off Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton to third, who in turn kept Nico Rosberg, who started from pole position, in fourth. It was the best result for Ferrari this season, and the struggling Kimi Raikkonen too recorded his best position of the year in sixth, culminating into an apt reply for Lauda. The three-time world champion, a former Ferrari driver, not only called the current Ferrari and McLaren...
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