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Hamilton: We need to capitalise on Verstappen's penalty

Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes needs to target a 1-2 finish at Formula 1’s Russian Grand Prix in order to capitalise on Max Verstappen’s penalty. Title leader Verstappen will start Sunday’s grand prix from the back row of the grid after taking on a fresh power unit. Mercedes finished at the front of the field through […]
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