F1: Ferrari 'still not quickest' after Alonso extends lead

F1: Ferrari 'still not quickest' after Alonso extends lead

Hockenheim : Germany | Jul 23, 2012 at 2:14 PM PDT
Source: Ansa
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Ferrari on Monday said they have a lot of work to do after Fernando Alonso extended his Formula One championship lead with victory at Sunday's German Grand Prix because the F2012 race car is still not the fastest on the grid. Alonso held off a stiff challenge from McLaren's Jenson Button FULL ARTICLE AT Ansa
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