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Alonso with ‘nothing to say’ after Magnussen’s Neymar comments

Fernando Alonso has shrugged off criticism from Kevin Magnussen following their Silverstone run-in and feels the tighter fights between Formula 1 teams this season is causing more on-track clashes. The McLaren driver was accused of exaggerating his comments over team radio by Magnussen, comparing him to Brazilian football star Neymar, following their incident during practice at the British Grand Prix in which the pair came close to colliding. "I don't see what he says to the media. I mean he does complain a lot on the radio. You see it in other sports as well, even great athletes like Neymar and stuff, exaggerate a bit,” Magnussen said. While neither driver served a penalty for...
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