July 25 (Reuters) – Fernando Alonso led Ferrari to a one-two finish in the German Grand Prix on Sunday after denying Brazilian team mate Felipe Massa an emotional victory one year on from a near-fatal crash. While Alonso celebrated his second triumph of the season, and 23rd of his career, it was accompanied by a whiff of controversy with Massa sent what sounded like a veiled message to allow the Spaniard to overtake on lap 49.
Germany’s Sebastian Vettel was third for Red Bull after starting on pole position. McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton was fourth to extend his overall championship lead to 14 points.
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