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Lewis Hamilton admits he sabotaged himself in Max Verstappen battle

Sir Lewis Hamilton has revealed that he had forgotten to select the correct engine mode ahead of the restart at the Dutch Grand Prix, allowing Max Verstappen to pass him on the home straight. Hamilton and team-mate, George Russell, had started the afternoon on the Mediums, and went long onto Hards to take them to the end of the race. Ahead of them, Max Verstappen Charles Leclerc began on the Softs, and were planning the two-stop strategy. Both Mercedes drivers cleared Carlos Sainz after a slow pit top from the Ferrari crew, and they also got past Sergio Perez after Red Bull left him out longer to protect Verstappen. READ: Nico Rosberg would ‘put money’ on Mercedes beating Ferrari, but...
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