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Alonso, the master of managing his car, by the end of the race I'd forgotten that Felipe made a cameo of almost being in the same race during the opening stint. Nico Rosberg started fourth, went backwards and eventually stopped, results like today might leave him feeling like an 'outsider looking in' with his own team soon. As for Kimi, I just like how he has a sabbatical, comes back and just slips into the 'competitive group' with little or no fuss. Seb had a chance in the closing stages when Hamilton was approaching traffic, he just got a bit too hot under the collar when putting the lap on the backmarker.