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Wolff suggests Hamilton ‘lost faith' in Formula 1 after Abu Dhabi controversy

Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has given an explanation for the silence from Sir Lewis Hamilton since the season-ending 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, putting it down simply to the fact that the Briton is speechless. Hamilton was denied his record-eighth F1 title after race director Michel Masi made a controversial decision to allow five lapped cars through past the Safety Car late in the race, allowing Red Bull's Max Verstappen to pass Hamilton on the very last lap and claim his first championship. Since then, there has been a media blackout from the 36-year-old, who has unfollowed everyone on Instagram. READ: Mercedes could’ve used Bottas to guarantee Hamilton victory – Ecclestone...
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