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Raikkonen reflects on Hamilton rivalry: He will be beaten again

Article To news overview © Alfa Romeo Kimi Raikkonen beat Lewis Hamilton to the world championship back in 2007 and the Finn believes that, despite the Mercedes driver's recent dominance, he can still be beaten. Hamilton is currently leading the drivers' standings ahead of nearest rival Max Verstappen, yet has not had a completely flawless season. The Briton slipped off the track at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, and also made an error at the restart in Portugal which allowed Verstappen to get ahead of him. Perhaps this is evidence of Raikkonen's point that everybody makes mistakes, and at some stage somebody will get the better of Hamilton. "Hamilton has been beaten before and I'm...
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