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Mercedes will struggle to keep drivers happy - Alonso

Getty Images Enlarge Fernando Alonso thinks Mercedes' top management have a near-impossible job to keep both Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg happy this season. The title fight between the Mercedes drivers took a dramatic turn at the Belgian Grand Prix when they made contact on the second lap of the race. The resulting puncture ruined Hamilton's race and he claimed Rosberg admitted to causing the collision on purpose after the race. Alonso, who was involved in a bitter title fight with Hamilton when they were McLaren team-mates in 2007, believes Mercedes will struggle to keep both drivers happy for the remainder of the year. "They have touched a little bit [on track] and there will be...
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