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Hamilton: Mercedes expected eight-tenths deficit to Red Bull

Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes was “definitely closer than expected” to Red Bull despite finishing adrift of Max Verstappen during qualifying for Formula 1’s Bahrain Grand Prix. Verstappen led the way through pre-season testing in Bahrain and remained on top across all three practice sessions at the season-opening venue. Hamilton finished 0.023s behind Verstappen through the […]
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