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Wolff believes Safety Car robbed Hamilton of British GP victory

Article To news overview © XPB Toto Wolff believes Lewis Hamilton would have won a ninth British Grand Prix crown were it not for the late-race Safety Car that allowed Carlos Sainz to pit for new tyres. Hamilton fought from fifth on the grid to cause the Ferrari cars big problems as the race headed for a dramatic climax, thanks to some clever team strategy. The seven-time World Champion was in third and closing in on race-leader Carlos Sainz on fresher Hard tyres when a problem for Esteban Ocon brought out the Safety Car. That allowed Sainz to pit for new tyres and protect his advantage at the front. "The car had the performance today and we were in the fight to win the race, which...
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