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Hamilton can secure title number six in Mexico - but how?

Just two drivers can win the 2019 F1 world title following the Japanese Grand Prix, Mercedes pair Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas. Hamilton sits 64 points ahead and with just 104 left to play for, the Brit can secure his sixth F1 world title if things go his way in Mexico next weekend. Here is how he can do it: Hamilton wins the race and takes fastest lap, taking 26 points. This means Bottas would have to finish third or higher to keep the title mathematically alive. Read more Jenson Button says that you “can’t compare” Lewis Hamilton to F1 legends Hamilton wins the race but does not take the bonus point for fastest lap. Bottas has to finish fourth. Hamilton finishes second, with...
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