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‘What more incentive do you want?’ Hamilton urged not to retire

Former Formula 1 driver Mario Andretti believes that Sir Lewis Hamilton should have all the motivation he needs to return in 2022 following his heart-breaking defeat to Max Verstappen in 2021. The seven-time champion was denied his record eighth title following a highly contentious late Safety Car restart in the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in December, which allowed Verstappen to pass him on the final lap of the race. It followed a number of incidents involving the pair throughout a tumultuous year, while race director Michael Masi – who was also at the epicentre of multiple dramatic and bizarre moments last season – came under heavy criticism after the race. Hamilton has been...
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