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Hamilton: Vettel 'clearly' no longer Ferrari's number one

Five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton says the events that took place at the Russian Grand Prix have led him to believe that Sebastian Vettel is no longer Ferrari's number one driver. Vettel's under-performance versus teammate Charles Leclerc in qualifying this year coupled with the Monegasque's back-to-back wins at Spa and Monza have called into question the hierarchy among the drivers at the Scuderia. But Hamilton views the Italian outfit's management of team orders in Sochi a clear indication that the winds of change are blowing over Maranello. "It's an interesting dynamic they have there because obviously Seb was number one and now clearly not," Hamilton said in Suzuka on...
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