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Ferrari would have won with Hamilton - Montezemolo

Dec.4 With Lewis Hamilton at the wheel, Ferrari would have won the 2018 world championship. That is the view of Luca di Montezemolo, the former Ferrari president. He told Rai radio that Hamilton fully deserved his fifth drivers' title this year, secured at the wheel of his Mercedes. "This year Hamilton made the difference in his best season since his debut," Montezemolo said. "He has had moments of weakness and crisis, but this year with Ferrari he would have won. "I say that not to belittle Vettel, who has every opportunity to rebuild with a competitive car," the Italian added. Indeed, Montezemolo said losing the title was not all Sebastian Vettel's fault....
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