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Hamilton wishes he could do the start again: I've got to try to get in front somehow

Article To news overview © Mercedes Lewis Hamilton was left frustrated after being beaten to pole position by Max Verstappen at Silverstone. The Red Bull driver got off the starting line better than the Mercedes and led into Turn 1. From there, Verstappen controlled the Sprint Qualifying race from the front and won the race to take the pole position for Sunday's Grand Prix. Speaking to the media after finishing in second and losing another point to Verstappen in the Driver's Championship, Hamilton said he wished he could have done the start over. "I hit target on my start, it's not good when you lose from P1 but we'll try to turn the negative into a positive tomorrow," Hamilton...
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