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British Grand Prix 2010: Halfway Update

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Mark Webber is dominating the British Grand Prix at the halfway point, while pole-sitter and team-mate Sebastian Vettel is making his way though the back end of the field after suffering from a puncture as a result of contact with Lewis Hamilton in the opening corner. Hamilton is chasing the Australian driver and is currently six seconds behind the Red Bull.

Nico Hulkenberg is have a solid race and is currently holding on to third place but still needs to make his mandatory pitstop.

Fernando Alonso was forced to run off track after Kubica moved over on the Spaniard, stewards have viewed this as Alonso gaining a place by cutting the corner and will now be forced to serve a penalty dropping him down from fourth place.

Sebastian Vettel and Felipe Massa are fighting their way back up the field after their earlier punctures.

Lucas di Grassi and Robert Kubica are the only retirements so far.

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