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Revealed: Fernando Alonso bribed McLaren employees to turn on Lewis Hamilton

It would come as no surprise that the two oldest drivers on the grid, Fernando Alonso and Sir Lewis Hamilton, have a somewhat fiery and argumentative past, with the pair having first met in 2007. After winning his second consecutive title with Renault in 2006, Alonso announced that he'd be moving to McLaren, who had lost Juan Pablo Montoya to NASCAR, and Kimi Raikkonen to Ferrari. The at the time World Champion was arguably the top dog in the Formula 1 paddock, having taken the fight beyond Michael Schumacher's capability in 2005 and 2006; however, 2007 would prove to be one of Alonso's dirtiest and despicable seasons in his incredible F1 career. Alonso was joined at the...
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