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Hamilton wins 'boost British GP sales'

Lewis Hamilton's three consecutive wins have brought British Grand Prix ticket sales back on track, according to Silverstone chairman Neil England. England said he had some concerns early in the year, but that sales for the July 6 race were now 'pretty much in line with where we'd like them to be'. Briton Hamilton, 29, was victorious in Malaysia, Bahrain and China. Silverstone, which first hosted the British Grand Prix in 1948, stages its 50th grand prix this year. It is not clear whether initial ticket sales were influenced by the debate about the quieter engines in F1 this year following rule changes. Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. //
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