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Alonso says 'extremely easy' to keep Hamilton behind

Fernando Alonso held off a frustrated Lewis Hamilton 'extremely easily' in Sunday's Monaco GP during a prolonged third stint during which the Alpine driver was forced to manage his tyres. Alonso spent his afternoon in the Principality fixed in seventh position where he had qualified. But as the race developed, the Spaniard found himself pacing a train of cars led by Hamilton. However, tyre management encouraged Alonso to protect his position rather than chase Hamilton's teammate George Russell and McLaren's Lando Norris in P5 and P6. 2022 Monaco Grand Prix - Race results "I think we didn’t have the tyres or the tyre life to finish the race when it was 33 laps [remaining]"...
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