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Wolff: Magnussen contact prevented Hamilton from fighting for race win

Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff believes that Lewis Hamilton had the pace for the race victory on Sunday at the Spanish Grand Prix. The seven-time World Champion was forced to produce a recovery drive after damaging his car on the opening lap. Hamilton sustained a puncture following contact with Haas’ Kevin Magnussen, as the two […]
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