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Thursday's Aus GP presser: Drivers speak

Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel took centre stage in Thursday's Australian GP press conference with the latter declaring 'we are all hunters and all hunted' as the new F1 season begins. Hamilton and Vettel were joined by Australia's Daniel Ricciardo as well as Max Verstappen and the returning Robert Kubica. PRESS CONFERENCE Q: We’re gathered under very sad circumstances, following the news that Charlie Whiting, the FIA’s Director of Formula One died during the early hours of this morning. I’d like to start this press conference by asking each of the drivers present for their thoughts and memories of Charlie. Lewis, could we start with you, please? Lewis HAMILTON:...
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