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Hakkinen: To beat Lewis, Max needs to be perfect

Mika Hakkinen has flung some good advice the way of Max Verstappen as the Red Bull driver squares up to Mercedes ace Lewis Hamilton, the latter beating the former at Sunday's Portuguese Grand Prix. Double F1 World Champion, Hakkinen reviewed the race at Autodromo do Algarve in his latest Unibet column and preferred: 'To beat Lewis, Max needs to do a perfect job each weekend. 'One area of frustration for Max has been track limit penalties. He should have won in Bahrain and could have taken pole position and set fastest lap in Portugal. 'But each time he put all four wheels over the line at some point on the circuit. It is so easy to do, but you cannot afford to make small mistakes like...
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