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Ecclestone: 'He can definitely be world champion'

With Max Verstappen increasing his lead over Lewis Hamilton in the points standings on a weekly basis, it is starting to look more and more like the long standing supremacy of Mercedes and especially Lewis Hamilton is coming to an end. The Dutchman has been strong in every race so far this year and other than his DNF in Baku, he's yet to finish lower than second. Luck Bernie Ecclestone, the former boss of Formula 1, sees that there is a clear shift taking place at the top of the field. Talking to German Bild, Ecclestone is asked if he thinks Lewis Hamilton is still the absolute leader of the Formula 1 world. "No, I don't think he is at the moment. The six best drivers can beat Lewis...
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