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Hamilton set to keep current helmet design for Saudi Arabia

Lewis Hamilton says he intends to continue using his pride-themed helmet design for the upcoming Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, and may also use it at the season-ending event in Abu Dhabi. Hamilton debuted a helmet livery on Friday with the colours that are associated with the Progress Pride flag, which includes the rainbow scheme and […]
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