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Hamilton praises British GP protestors, but criticises their methods

Lewis Hamilton came dangerously close at Silverstone, but was unable to outwit Carlos Sainz for the win. Like team principal Toto Wolff, he believes he would have had a good chance of victory had it not been for the safety car. He also has something to say about the protesters who stormed the track on the first lap. Article continues under ad In his own words, the tyres of his W13 got stronger and stronger after the second pit stop. "I was slowly starting to eat into that gap," Hamilton stated during the post-race press conference. "If we didn't have a safety car, I think I would have been able to battle these two [Sainz and Perez] at the end. But it wasn't meant to...
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