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Thursday Drivers’ Press Conference – 2014 British Grand Prix

Thursday Drivers’ Press Conference – 2014 British Grand PrixPosted On 03 Jul 2014By : thisisf1Comment: 0 Transcript of the Thursday press conference organised by the FIA for the 2014 British Grand Prix. DRIVERS – Daniil Kvyat (Toro Rosso), Max CHILTON (Marussia), Valtteri BOTTAS (Williams), Jenson BUTTON (McLaren), Felipe MASSA (Williams), Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes) PRESS CONFERENCE Lewis, if I could start with you: obviously you were on pole here last year, a former winner of the event, I see you’ve got the Union flag on the underside of the peak on your cap. Your feelings on racing at home and coming home? Lewis HAMILTON: It’s always a special weekend or week for us British...
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