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Hamilton: Charles should have moved to defend

Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton has weighed in on the feud between Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc, admitting he would have acted like the German driver did during the Russian Grand Prix. On that afternoon, Vettel zoomed into the lead thanks to a slipstream from his teammate who ceded the lead observing an agreement that would see him given back the position, but the driver of the #5 car had other plans. Ultimately the swap happened during the pitstops, but the radio noise launched a myriad of headlines, Italian media trumpeting the outbreak of war between the two drivers in red. Asked about the matter ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, Hamilton said,...
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