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Button: 'Too early' for Hamilton to leave F1

Jenson Button believes that Lewis Hamilton would miss F1 dearly if he left the sport at the end of the year with "so much more" to achieve. Last month, ahead of the start of the 2021 season, Hamilton signed a new contract with Mercedes, but a for a single year, a term that many believe foretells the Briton's exit from F1, and even more so if the seven-time world champion succeeds in adding a record eighth title to achievements. But Button believes his former McLaren teammate should keep on going next year, regardless of this season's outcome. "It’s tricky, some of us like to leave at the top of our game, but he is going to miss this sport," Button told Sky F1....
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