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The key reason Hamilton could have an advantage in Saudi Arabia

Article To news overview © Mercedes Lewis Hamilton could potentially hold an advantage at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix due to his car running a strong engine, according to the track's designer. F1 will visit the brand-new Jeddah Corniche Circuit for the first time, so there are many unknowns heading into the weekend. However, designer Carsten Tilke has stressed that "the engine is important" at the track given its high-speed nature. This could play into the hands of Hamilton, who Mercedes have confirmed will again run the "spicy" power unit that he used to storm to victory at the Brazilian Grand Prix. "I think it's impossible [to predict who will come out on...
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