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Hamilton still aiming for the win after Q3 mistake

Lewis Hamilton is still gunning for the win in Austria despite making a Q3 error on both his flying laps which will see him start ninth. The Briton went wide on his first lap which meant his time - which looked good enough for pole - was deleted, leaving him just one more lap to post a competitive time. On his second lap however his rear-axle locked and he span his W05, essentially bringing an end to his session. He later admitted he believed it may have been his fault rather than a car issue. "At the moment we don't know exactly what happened, but I assume I just pressed the brake too hard," he explained. When asked if he was pushing too hard, he replied: "I don't think I'm...
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