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Lewis Hamilton's greatness won't be fully acknowledged until after he retires - Toto Wolff

Lewis Hamilton's greatness won't be fully realised until after he retires from Formula 1 according to his boss, Mercedes team chief Toto Wolff. The Briton already ranks amongst the greatest drivers ever after securing a fifth F1 championship – putting him on a level with Juan Manuel Fangio and just two adrift of Michael Schumacher – but his talent isn't fully appreciated according to Wolff and won't be until he stops racing. 'Lewis, in my opinion, along with Michael, are the best we have ever seen,' Wolff told The National. 'We're only going to realise [that] when he retires one day. We tend to never acknowledge somebody's great performance while it...
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