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Hamilton wins amid controversy in Saudi Arabia

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton has won the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix in a race disrupted by red flags, virtual safety cars and controversy between title rivals. Max Verstappen was second on the road, having lead Hamilton for a portion of the race following a series of early red flags. Hamilton attacked Verstappen on lap 37 of […]
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