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Hamilton feared for safety of marshals

Lewis Hamilton said he had feared for the safety of German Grand Prix marshals who ran across the track during the race to push clear Adrian Sutil's stranded Sauber while other cars were lapping at speed. The Mercedes driver, who finished third in a race won by teammate Nico Rosberg, told reporters he had been surprised by what happened when the Sauber was left in the middle of the track after the final corner on lap 48. While many expected the safety car to be deployed, the race direction decided not to. "I was really concerned for the marshals, really concerned," said the Briton. "When you come around that corner at serious speed, and then there are marshals standing not...
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