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Webber, Alonso, Hamilton. Vettel was strangely anonymous but I expect him to start generating momentum over the second half of the year. Mclaren look like they're struggling, but it was the same at this point last year. They won in Canada, were slower than Ferrari and Red Bull in Valencia and Silverstone, but they went on to win the next two races so they mustn't lose hope. Webber surprised me with his win, but credit where credit is due he had the edge over Vettel in all conditions. I expect Vettel is stewing about that failure in Valencia even more now. Alonso will be disappointed but he maximises his car so regularly and unless one of the Red Bulls start getting the most out of their car each weekend he'll edge closer to the title.

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