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'Not sure harassment of Hamilton by Verstappen will work'

Mercedes and Red Bull Racing have been evenly matched throughout the season. After Mexico, it looked like the championship would fall to Red Bull, but after Brazil, Max Verstappen 's team have to start worrying, according to Mika Hakkinen. Mercedes and Red Bull evenly matched In Mexico Verstappen increased his lead to nineteen points over Hamilton and Red Bull came within one point of Mercedes. In Brazil, however, Verstappen's lead dwindled and Mercedes once again outpaced Red Bull. "After Mexico, some said that the world championship was heading towards Red Bull and Max Verstappen, but it looks very different now," writes Hakkinen in his column for Unibet. Read more Doornbos:...
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