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Hamilton aides judging for MSA Road Safety competition

Lewis Hamilton has made the most of his Summer break by helping the MSA judge its Road Safety Film Competition aimed at teenagers. Joined by Sky Sports F1′s Johnny Herbert and Natalie Pinkham, the competition had the single rule of highlighting one of the ten golden rules of road safety. The prize for the winners is their film being aired on Sky and an all expenses paid trip to Monza for the Italian Grand Prix. In the end there were two winners, one each in the 14-18 and 19-24 category. In the younger category it was Hurtwood House that took the victory with their film looking at the use of crash helmets called ‘Melons'. The three judges praised the film for its light hearted...
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