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'No question' Hamilton would have won - Lauda

Sutton Images Enlarge Niki Lauda is certain Lewis Hamilton would have claimed pole position and gone on to win tomorrow's Hungarian Grand Prix were it not for the fire in Q1 which sees him start at the back row of the grid. A fuel leak for Hamilton's Mercedes caused a massive fire in the opening stages of qualifying and forced him to pull up in the pit lane without setting a time. Hamilton - who topped all three practice sessions - has four previous victories to his name at the Hungaroring and Mercedes non-executive chairman Lauda thinks he would have made that five on Sunday without the issue in Q1. "It's very unfair, things are really difficult for him," said Lauda. "He...
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