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Hamilton more determined than ever to succeed: 'The lion has awoken'

There are only two races to go, but the title fight is still in full swing and Toto Wolff is very happy about that. He tells the Austrian newspaper Österreich that he is especially happy that Max Verstappen hasn't won the world championship yet, because the lion named Lewis Hamilton just woke up. The Mercedes team boss admits he left Qatar with a bittersweet feeling, mainly due to Valtteri Bottas ' puncture during the race. The Austrian is happy that Verstappen is not yet world champion and that the lead in the constructors' championship is still there. In Qatar they were very fast and that gives the British racing team a lot of confidence. "Hardly anyone expected a few races ago...
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