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Alonso's courage allows you to add a creditable podium in Hungary

Alonso's courage allows you to add a creditable podium in Hungary
The Spanish was leading until the final laps after betting on the soft tires over 30 laps
MADRID, July 27, 2014
The Australian driver Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull) took the victory in Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix, the eleventh round of the Formula 1 World held this Sunday at the Hungaroring Championship, after beating Spanish Fernando Alonso (Ferrari ) and Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), with whom he lived an exciting final match in a Chaotic appointment at your home.
Thus, the Australian remains the only driver to deal with the hegemony of the Mercedes in the championship. Next to that achieved in the Canadian Grand Prix, Ricciardo added the second victory of the season, allowing you to consolidate in third place in the overall standings with 131 points.
It was not easy the young Red Bull for victory in Hungary, where Alonso had another role for the second podium of the year in third place in China after a bold gamble with tires.
After a chaotic start when the safety car had to go to the track after several accidents because of a very slippery track, the Spaniard led from lap 28 and decided fiarlo all the durability of soft rubber, which responded in an effective way to keep him serious options.
Already in the last stretch of the race, only Alonso, Hamilton and Ricciardo endured at the top, initiating hostilities by crossing the line in first position. With a riskier strategy and badly worn tires, the Spaniard was left defenseless against el'RB10 'and' silver arrow '.
Still, the Spanish gritted his teeth and began to defend the position against Hamilton, getting not find room to advance and simultaneously defended before a Ricciardo with new tires. With three laps to go, the Australian managed to find a gap and managed to overtake his rivals to go in the first position for the win, while the Spaniard managed to secure second place.
Behind, Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) came perilously close to the podium positions, but lacked spins in a Grand Prix that was not favorable, where the controversy again lived with his teammate, who was reluctant to let go despite since its 'box' is so requested.
Anyway, the British had a very difficult career start. After emerging from the pit lane after a classification that ignited the engine, the 2008 world champion crashed into the wall on the first lap of the race, but was able to continue without any problems.
However, the continuous appearance of 'Safety Car' on asphalt made the Mercedes could move up and get in the top five. Thus, Hamilton got placed ahead of teammate absence of 20 laps to the conclusion, having won the position through a strategy that allowed him to continue non-stop until the end of the race.
Finally, the new tires that had Rosberg in the final part of the test was that the distance between the two men was reduced to less than a second with just two laps to go, although the overall runner could defend their position to finish on the podium and close the gap with Germany for the championship of the World eleven points, while Ricciardo secured his third place (135) and Fernando Alonso (115).
The Spanish took out big match your 'F14 T' and, for purposes of classification, was favored by the decisions of its rivals, including four-time world Sebastian Vettel, with which he lived his third straight game in the exit. The German spun and lost positions, finishing seventh and once again overtaken by his teammate. Now, after a break of almost a month due to the holidays, the 'great circle' return on August 24 in Belgium, at the legendary Spa layout.