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Hamilton is rewriting history - Brawn

Formula 1’s Ross Brawn has credited Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes for “rewriting history” after the team secured their sixth constructors’ championship in a row, with the drivers’ title likely coming soon for the Brit. Should Hamilton outscore team-mate Valtteri Bottas by 15 points or more at the next race in Mexico, he will be crowned champion, which will make it an unprecedented sixth consecutive double championship for the Silver Arrows. Article continues under video For Brawn, there is no doubt as to who the key figure has been for Mercedes in that time. "Much of this success is down to Lewis Hamilton, an amazing driver who is rewriting the history of this sport in a...
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