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10 things we learned from F1's back-to-back races in Portugal and Spain

Back-to-back Formula 1 victories for Lewis Hamilton have put him 14 points clear of Max Verstappen in the race for this year’s drivers’ championship. Mercedes started the season on the backfoot but after the last two rounds in Portimao and Barcelona, it seems the reigning world champions are beginning to get on top of things.  Verstappen and Red Bull will need to bounce back at the next round in Monaco. Here are 10 things we learned from the 2021 Portuguese and Spanish Grands Prix… 1. Hamilton keeps getting better and better When you think Hamilton has peaked in his F1 career, it looks like he’s taken it up another level with the level of performance he is putting in week in, week...
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