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Lewis Hamilton expects three-way team battle in Suzuka

Since Formula 1's summer break, Ferrari seemingly have the edge over rivals Mercedes. Traditionally, Aston Martin Red Bull Racing have been strong at Japan with Max Verstappen previously picking up two podiums at the venue. Lewis Hamilton expects all three teams to be fighting hard on Sunday.  The Suzuka circuit is one that drivers always love visiting because of the nature of the track design. After ending Ferrari's win streak in Russia, Hamilton expects yet another challenging weekend.  "It's going to be awesome. Suzuka is incredible, it's one of the most exciting parts of the year, and now so more than ever before because you've got three solid, incredibly fast...
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