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Bernie Ecclestone snubs Lewis Hamilton for his arch-nemesis

Bernie Ecclestone, the former head of Formula 1, has boldly proclaimed Max Verstappen as the greatest driver in the history of the sport.  Ecclestone's declaration places Verstappen above legendary figures like Lewis Hamilton, Michael Schumacher, and Alain Prost. Verstappen's recent dominant performance at the Japanese Grand Prix showcased his prowess, as he skilfully defended his lead against McLaren's drivers.  This victory extended his championship lead to a commanding 177 points, leaving him on the cusp of clinching a historic third consecutive F1 title with just three points required across the sprint race and Grand Prix. Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest F1 job...
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