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Hamilton fired up: We'll bring our triple A-game to Saudi Arabia

Article To news overview © RN365/Michael Potts Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has vowed to reach new heights as his title fight against Red Bull rival Max Verstappen reaches its climax. Hamilton charged through the field to claim victory in Brazil, before securing a dominant win in Qatar, with Mercedes boss Toto Wolff claiming that Red Bull have "woken up the lion" in the seven-time World Champion. It means that, ahead of the final two rounds of the season in Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi, Hamilton trails Verstappen by just eight points in the championship standings, with 52 still up for grabs (including the fastest lap bonuses). 'There's no time for celebrations' Hamilton is...
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