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‘Vettel-Alonso qualy incident most dangerous of all'

Sebastian Vettel's qualifying incident with Fernando Alonso was the 'most dangerous of all' situations and could have 'ended in tears', says Norbert Haug. Formula 1's qualifying gentleman's agreement was again in the spotlight at the Austrian Grand Prix weekend as the drivers scrapped for track position in Q2. Although FIA race director Michael Masi had told the drivers not to slow down between Turns 9 and 10 in qualifying, that is exactly what happened as they backed up to make space before starting a hot lap. Vettel, at the end of the train after being overtaken by rival drivers as he tried to make room for himself, was quickly caught by Alonso as the Alpine driver came to complete his...
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