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Hamilton: They did a better job

They were faster, they did a better job all round, admits Hamilton as Verstappen retakes title lead. While Max Verstappen no doubt benefitted from the crowd boost that used to spur on the likes of Nigel Mansell, Mercedes didn't exactly help its cause, as despite the Dutchman not having a teammate to rely on for support, the German team failed to capitalise whilst going the wrong way on strategy. Twice Mercedes went for the undercut with Hamilton, but both times Red Bull immediately reacted. However, other than going the wrong way on tyre strategy, much to the Briton's dismay, the German team was compromised when Valtteri Bottas was unable to hold off Verstappen after the Finn inherited the...
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