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Mercedes unable to explain Hamilton's dominance in Qatar

Article To news overview © RN365/Michael Potts Mercedes' Andrew Shovlin has revealed that Lewis Hamilton's pace in Qatar exceeded even their own expectations and simulations, with the reigning World Champion "digging deep" in the final races of the 2021 season. Hamilton claimed an uncontested win in Qatar, with title rival Max Verstappen a reasonably distant second, meaning the Mercedes driver closed up a further six points in the championship standings, having also taken victory in Brazil. With Hamilton securing pole position on Saturday by more than four-tenths of a second, Shovlin - Mercedes' Trackside Engineering Director - revealed that the team had never predicted they...
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