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Hamilton shrugs off Vettel link

Lewis Hamilton has shrugged off speculation that Sebastian Vettel could take his seat with Mercedes for the 2016 season. Vettel's existing deal with Red Bull runs until the end of next season and reports in Germany this week claimed that runaway World Championship leaders Mercedes want to pair him with Nico Rosberg in a ‘German national team on four wheels'.And while Christian Horner has insisted Sebastian Vettel will stay with Red Bull for the 2015 season, he stopped short of predicting the four-times World Champion will remain with the team beyond his existing deal.'Sebastian will be with Red Bull for next season for sure,' Horner told Sky F1. 'I can't blame any other teams for...
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