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Wolff: "Without the safety car Hamilton would probably have won the race"

Toto Wolff looks back on the British Grand Prix with satisfaction. In the closing stages of the race Lewis Hamilton was able to get involved in the battle for the podium. The Briton eventually took third place, although Wolff believes Hamilton could also have won the race. Article continues under ad "Very pleased! The car had performance today. We were in there to win the race and that is encouraging. We probably lost a bit of momentum after the restart but we had almost no bouncing and the pace was encouraging on the hard and the medium," the Mercedes team boss told Sky Sports. Before the safety car was called out, Hamilton had a solid pace that allowed him to put pressure on...
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