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How Domenicali sees the Hamilton/Verstappen battle being decided

Article To news overview Formula 1 Chairman and CEO Stefano Domenicali thinks the championship battle between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen could go down the last corner of the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The two championship contenders are currently separated by just two points, with the Mercedes driver holding the slight advantage thanks to his 100th career F1 victory last time out in Russia. While Hamilton is pushing for an unprecedented eighth World Championship, Verstappen is involved in the first title fight of his young career. Domenicali is hoping that the battle goes down to the wire, which he believes is possible given how close things have been between the two over...
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