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Hamilton to use ‘rocket' engine in Saudi – Wolff

Nov.22 Lewis Hamilton's so-called 'rocket' engine will return to the rear of his Mercedes for the penultimate round of the 2021 world championship next weekend. The seven time world champion dominated in Qatar, with Red Bull's Max Verstappen admitting that despite his pre-race grid penalty, Hamilton was simply faster. Dutchman Verstappen's lead shrunk further on Sunday to just 8 points. 'We have to win another race,' top team official Dr Helmut Marko said afterwards. 'We couldn't meet our expectations here and in Brazil, so we have to do a better job in Jeddah.' The latest result also came after yet more off-track controversies, including Red Bull's push to probe whether the 2021 Mercedes...
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