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Alonso: Williams will be difficult to re-pass

Fernando Alonso, despite a promising result in the German Grand Prix, has conceded that it will be a tough task getting third place in the F1 constructors' table back from Williams. The Grove team overtook Ferrari courtesy of Valtteri Bottas' second place at Hockenheim – the Finn's third successive podium finish – and left round ten of the season with a five-point advantage over its storied rival, with the Hungarian Grand Prix coming up this weekend. Neither teams' second driver scored in Germany, with Kimi Raikkonen eleventh for Ferrari and Felipe Massa ending the race on his head after a lap one incident, but the Brazilian's pace suggests that he will only help Williams pull away...
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