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'Hamilton absolutely perfect in his head'

Niki Lauda is adamant that Lewis Hamilton has not cracked, saying he guarantees that the driver will be back in race-winning form at the British GP. Last time out in Austria, Hamilton failed to take the fight to team-mate Nico Rosberg in both qualifying and the grand prix. A mistake on the Saturday afternoon meant he started the race ninth and although a flying start put him up into contention very quickly, Hamilton never quite challenged Rosberg for the win. As a result, the British driver now trails his team-mate by 29 points. Lauda, though, is confident his driver will be back at the front at the next race, his home grand prix at Silverstone. "I don't need to coach him at...
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