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Ex-F1 driver tells Wolff to take a risk: "I'd like to see him at Mercedes"

Giancarlo Fisichella wants to see Andrea Kimi Antonelli replace Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes for the 2025 Formula 1 season. The seven-time World Champion will leave Mercedes when the chequered flag drops at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to pursue a new challenge at Ferrari. The former F1 driver suggests that the team boss should take a risk regarding Hamilton's replacement.
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