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Hamilton ‘doesn't feel comfortable' racing in Saudi Arabia

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton admits he’s not entirely comfortable racing in Saudi Arabia this weekend due to its human rights issues that have been in the recent spotlight. Formula 1 is visiting Saudi Arabia for the first time in its history after the Gulf nation secured a long-term agreement with the sport. Hamilton, who has often […]
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