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Lewis Hamilton: “I Always want to Battle it out”

The Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS drivers had very different results at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. Lewis Hamilton taking his fifth win of the season but championship leader Nico Rosberg retired for the first time this season while leading. Hamilton was delighted to take his second British Grand Prix win to add to his 2008 triumph. The British driver thanked his team, family and fans for the support he received at Silverstone. He was unhappy with Rosberg’s retirement despite the fact the German’s retirement helped cut the gap at the top of the championship to just four points. “Winning in front of your home crowd is just the best feeling,” said Hamilton. “We really do have the...
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