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Horner expected 'inevitable' Hamilton stop: Those tyres were looking dangerous

Article To news overview © Mercedes Red Bull's Christian Horner said it never looked likely to them that Lewis Hamilton could make it through the entirety of the Turkish Grand Prix without making a pit stop. With the worn Intermediates working well as the race entered the closing stages, it briefly looked as though the drivers who elected not to stop, ie. Hamilton and Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, might have stolen a march on those who had pitted for fresh Intermediates. But their pace eventually dropped away, with both coming into the pits for fresh tyres in the last ten laps. But the Red Bull team boss said that they never believed Hamilton would go the whole race without stopping, which...
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