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2010-07-25 15:36

Hockenheim - 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.

Results from the German Grand Prix:

1. Fernando Alonso    Ferrari    67    Winner   
2. Felipe Massa    Ferrari    67    +4.1 secs   
3. Sebastian Vettel    Red Bull    67    +5.1 secs   
4. Lewis Hamilton    McLaren    67    +26.8 secs   
5. Jenson Button    McLaren-Mercedes    67    +29.4 secs   
6. Mark Webber    Red Bull    67    +43.6 secs   
7. Robert Kubica    Renault    66    +1 Lap   
8. Nico Rosberg    Mercedes GP    66    +1 Lap   
9. Michael Schumacher    Mercedes GP    66    +1 Lap       
10. Vitaly Petrov    Renault    66    +1 Lap   
11. Kamui Kobayashi    BMW Sauber      +1 Lap   
12. Rubens Barrichello    Williams       +1 Lap       
13. Nico Hulkenberg    Williams        +1 Lap       
14. Pedro de la Rosa    BMW Sauber       +1 Lap   
15. Jaime Alguersuari   Toro Rosso      +1 Lap   
16. Vitantonio Liuzzi    Force India        +2 Lap   
17. Adrian Sutil    Force India-        +2 Lap       
18. Timo Glock    Virgin      +3 Lap   
19. Bruno Senna    HRT       +4 Lap       
Retired Heikki Kovalainen    Lotus      +11 Lap       
Retired Lucas di Grassi    Virgin     +17 Lap   
Retired Sakon Yamamoto    HRT        +48 Laps   
Retired Jarno Trulli    Lotus        +64 Laps       
Retired Sebastien Buemi    Toro Rosso      +66 Laps   

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