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Villeneuve: Hamilton will not be at Mercedes for long

How long with Lewis Hamilton remain with Mercedes? Jacques Villeneuve is predicting that Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel will leave their respective teams in the near future. The 1997 Formula 1 world champion, well known for his controversial opinions on the sport, said, 'Lewis Hamilton will not be at Mercedes for long. Everyone in the German team wants a German to be world champion. Lewis was only brought in to make Nico [Rosberg] even better.' Currently Rosberg leads the championship standings by fourteen points over Hamilton, although the latter has five wins to his credit he also has two DNFs which cost him points relative to his teammate who has four wins to his credit and only one...
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