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Hamilton ‘absolutely perfect in his head’

Niki Lauda says Lewis Hamilton is “absolutely perfect in his head” and expects a strong response at the British Grand Prix. Hamilton dropped 29 points behind Nico Rosberg in the drivers' championship by finishing second to his team-mate in Austria following an error in qualifying. Despite Hamilton's mistake, Lauda said he is in a very strong position mentally and is expecting that to be on display at Silverstone next weekend. “I don't need to coach him at all,” Lauda said. “I can tell you, I've known him for a long time and he's absolutely perfect in his head. There's nothing wrong, he's highly motivated and there's nothing in this respect at all. “Even the qualifying mistake...
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