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Montezemolo Felt Vettel Made ‘Decisive Mistakes', Believes Hamilton Would Of Won With Ferrari

Former Ferrari CEO Luca di Montezemolo believes that Lewis Hamilton would of won the title with Ferrari and added that Vettel 'made decisive mistakes' in his run in 2018.
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