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Fernando Alonso will spearhead Ferrari's title challenge

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F1 is back on track but what can we expect in season's second half?

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Hamilton savours taste of revenge as McLaren find 'the sweet spot'

"People criticise me for my aggressive driving style, but I think today I was in a good space. There were some decisive moves that I pulled, and you had to drive with your head all the time. That was massively satisfying. I do it the way that I do it, and today I came through."

Vettel urges Red Bull to work harder after third straight defeat

Second place is the first loser, so they say, but Fernando Alonso had no quibbles with that position. "I'm extremely happy with today's result," the Ferrari driver declared. "We had a weekend that probably was not the easiest one. But even with the difficulties we are second and fighting for victory, so this is a fantastic achievement. Second in Valencia, first at Silverstone and second here.

Hamilton wins enthralling German Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton reignited his Formula One championship challenge with a much-needed victory in the German Grand Prix.

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Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo is refusing to get carried away in the wake of his team's first victory for almost eight months.

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