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Hamilton would have collided with Leclerc without F1 title on line

Lewis Hamilton says he would not have moved in his fight with Charles Leclerc during the Italian Grand Prix if the Formula 1 title was not on the line. The pair engaged in a thrilling scrap for the lead of the race at Monza, with Leclerc ultimately coming out on top having resisted attacks from both Mercedes drivers to claim Ferrari’s first victory in Italy since 2010. One of the major flashpoints of the race saw Hamilton squeezed out wide across the run-off area by Leclerc as the duo ran wheel-to-wheel under braking into the Della Roggia chicane on Lap 23. The Briton, who holds a 63-point advantage in the championship over teammate Valtteri Bottas, insisted he would have stood his...
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