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Max Verstappen believes Sir Lewis Hamilton will win races in 2022 as Mercedes mount comeback

The Mercedes F1 Team's wait to return to the top-step of the podium may have its best chance to end at this weekend's French Grand Prix, where the German team are predicted to have their strongest round of the season. It's been a disastrous year for the eight-time defending Constructors' Championships, who are all but certainly out of both title fights. The team's early-year struggles have seen them fall well behind in both championships; the German's are currently 122-points behind Red Bull Racing, with George Russell 80-points behind Drivers' Championship leader Max Verstappen. However, things have been taking a turn for the better as of late, with Sir Lewis Hamilton having finished on...
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