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Hamilton in ‘twilight of his career' – Brawn

Sep.27 Lewis Hamilton says he is still charging for a record eighth drivers' world championship. Some believe his narrow title loss to Max Verstappen last year, and his subsequent struggle with Mercedes' 2022 car, should be a prelude to retirement for the 37-year-old. 'Lewis is in the twilight of his career,' F1 managing director Ross Brawn, who worked with Hamilton at Mercedes, told Sport Bild. 'But that doesn't mean it's over yet. He's putting a lot of effort into getting a winning car again, which for him is a kind of character test. 'It may well be that George Russell is hungrier in the races as a result. But Lewis will be back, I'm sure. 'The same with Mercedes. I believe these...
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