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Should Lewis Hamilton really be leading the world championship?

+ Any long-term readers of Richland F1 will know that I – as a massive nerd – quite like numbers, so let's take a look at who should really be leading this world championship. This comes following David Coulthard's comments saying that without bad luck, Lewis Hamilton would be leading the world championship. Is he right to assume that Lewis would be in front? There are three stand-out incidents that can go down as being ‘unlucky' for Hamilton: his retirement in Australia; his retirement in Canada; his loss of pole position to Nico Rosberg at Monaco. For reference, I'm assuming that there's nothing sinister in Rosberg's move at Mirabeau for this article. His mistakes in...
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