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Hakkinen says it's 'advantage Hamilton' in title fight

Former two-time F1 world champion Mika Hakkinen says that Lewis Hamilton is now in pole position to claim another world championship, despite the fact that the Mercedes driver is still currently lagging in the drivers standings. Hamilton has reigned in Max Verstappen's lead to just eight points with two races remaining, and Hakkinen believes that the momentum is now with the Briton heading to Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi. “If Formula 1 was a tennis match I would say that it was ‘advantage Hamilton’ following his dominant wins in Brazil and Qatar,” Hakkinen wrote in his latest column for Unibet. Read also: Hakkinen warns Verstappen: Intimidating Hamilton won't work “Although Max...
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