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Hamilton: It’s far from over

Lewis Hamilton says the F1 title race is “far from over” despite having dropped 29 points behind team-mate Nico Rosberg. Following a dramatic Belgian Grand Prix weekend, Rosberg now has the biggest lead he has enjoyed all season having finished second at Spa while Hamilton retired from the race. This weekend's Italian Grand Prix at Monza provides Hamilton with his first chance to start to reduce the deficit, and he says that will be his main aim during what he describes as a “special” grand prix. “The Italian Grand Prix is always a special one for me in terms of the memories I have there - going right back to my early career,” Hamilton said. “The karting championships used to...
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