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Perez: Hamilton’s straight-line speed was ‘from another planet’

Red Bull’s Sergio Perez has expressed his amazement at Lewis Hamilton’s straight-line speed during the Sao Paulo Grand Prix. Starting from 10th on the grid with a fresh internal combustion engine powering him, Hamilton made light work of the midfield pack and found himself in third place by the end of lap five. The seven-time […]
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