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Hamilton, Vettel & Kubica amongst drivers called to FIA Press Conference

Australian Grand Prix – Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton & Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, as two of Formula 1's leading men, will face the press to kick off their 2019 season in Melbourne. The FIA have confirmed the participants for both obligatory press conferences to take place on Thursday & Friday of the Australian Grand Prix weekend. On Thursday, the FIA Driver's Press Conference will take place at 4pm local time. In attendance are: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes AMG) Robert Kubica (Williams) Daniel Ricciardo (Renault) Max Verstappen (Red Bull Racing) Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) Friday sees the FIA Team Personnel Press Conference, scheduled for 2pm local time. Called up are: Cyril Abiteboul (Team...
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