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Hamilton: Who can keep their head will win title

Lewis Hamilton says he and Nico Rosberg are not playing mind games but “who can keep their head most will probably come out on top” in the title race. Rosberg's retirement from the British Grand Prix allowed Hamilton to close the gap between the two drivers to just four points. With a two-horse race for the championship being fought by the two Mercedes drivers, Hamilton said he is only concerned about matters on the track but admitted there were psychological advantages to be gained. “I'd like to think that it's just focused on the track really,” Hamilton said. “I'm not trying to play mind games with Nico; he's a very intelligent driver. You talk about mind games but I'm not...
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