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Ex-F1 champion tells Hamilton fans to ‘put the pitchforks down'

1996 Formula 1 world champion Damon Hill has reiterated his point that fans of Sir Lewis Hamilton need to move past the Briton’s 2021 championship defeat at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. A controversial Safety Car restart by race director Michael Masi – in which he allowed a limited number of lapped runners through due to time constraints – aided Max Verstappen’s last lap overtake to claim his maiden world title. Immediately after the race, Hamilton offered his rival his congratulations but has since been eerily silent, leading many within the world of Formula 1 to believe that the 37-year-old is considering his future in the pinnacle of motorsport. Hill has previously...
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