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Wolff never lost belief in Hamilton's 2021 title challenge

Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton were staring at title-race tragedy prior to the sprint in Brazil, but Toto Wolff 'never stopped believing'. In a title race which has swung back and forth throughout the season, for a time it seemed as though the Sao Paulo Grand Prix was where it ended for Hamilton. Disqualified from qualifying after his rear wing failed a DRS test and already carrying a five-place grid penalty, for Hamilton the signs seemed ominous, especially since title rival Max Verstappen had claimed victory at the prior rounds in the United States and Mexico. But what followed was a Hamilton masterclass to win the Sao Paulo Grand Prix, while the seven-time World Champion followed that up...
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