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Horner hoping Hamilton doesn’t retire after Abu Dhabi heartbreak

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner does not want Sir Lewis Hamilton to retire following his cruel championship defeat in 2021 that saw Max Verstappen claim his maiden title. Hamilton and Verstappen entered the final round of last season level on points following what had been an incredible season of racing, and the Briton found himself comfortably leading the way late on. However, 2021 would have one final and shocking twist in the tale, as Williams’ Nicholas Latifi slammed into the barrier in the closing stages. READ: Verstappen’s talent can make up for Red Bull getting 2022 car a ‘little bit wrong’ This, despite Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff’s pleas to race director...
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