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Button: Lewis' bad luck astonishing

Lewis Hamilton has received some support from his former team-mate Jenson Button with the McLaren driver admitting he is feeling sorry for him. Hamilton's run of bad luck continued at the Belgian Grand Prix this weekend when he was forced to retire after he was hit by Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg on lap two. With Rosberg finishing second, it means the gap in the standings is now 29 points with seven races still to go. It was Hamilton's third retirement of the season while he has also had some unfortunate incidents during qualifying in Monaco, Germany and Hungary. "I feel for Lewis, he was leading the race...It is unbelievable," Button told Press Association Sport. "I've...
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