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Hamilton ‘refused to believe' Imola race was over after mistake

Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton says he rejected the idea that his grand prix was over after he slid off the track while lapping George Russell at Imola. The reigning World Champion was chasing race-leader Max Verstappen when he moved onto a wet section of the track at Turn 7 to get past Russell, which resulted in […]
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