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Hamilton leads from start to finish in France

Despite some worries over tyre blistering, the French Grand Prix became straight forward affair for Lewis Hamilton and the entire Mercedes AMG F1 team. Once again, they finished 1-2, with Leclerc completing the podium for Ferrari. Contrary to the start of the 2018 race, everybody kept their cool at the start of this year's French Grand Prix. In fact, everybody seemed so careful that almost no position changes were marked in the first lap. Carlos Sainz did get past his team mate for 5th, and Ricciardo lost two places. Hamiton at the front didn't get threatened at all, with Bottas slotting in behind his team mate's slip stream to avoid losing a position to Leclerc's Ferrari. Vettel too was...
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