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Hulkenberg calm over late Alonso move

Nico Hulkenberg was not overly annoyed that he lost a place late in the Canadian Grand Prix due to a move by Fernando Alonso. At the Turn 10 hairpin on the penultimate lap, Alonso made a strong attempt to pass Hulkenberg but forced both cars wide, allowing Jenson Button through ahead of both of them. While Hulkenberg managed to re-pass Alonso on the back straight, he said inheriting two further positions on the final lap balanced out being jumped by Button. “It has been a very busy race for me, so to come away with ten points and a fifth place is a good result,” Hulkenberg said. “I gained some positions at the end due to the crash between Sergio and Massa but lost one to Jenson when...
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