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'Hamilton now has Formula 1 exactly where he wants it'

Former Formula One driver Karun Chandhok, now an analyst with Sky Sports F1, is adamant that Lewis Hamilton will be on the grid this season and that the seven-time world champion has lost nothing in terms of speed or competitiveness. FIA must come up with clarity Chandhok, who drove eleven Grands Prix for HRT and Lotus in 2010 and 2011, the radio silence from Hamilton is mainly a matter of waiting for the FIA to fulfill their promise to investigate the goings-on in Abu Dhabi. According to Chandhok, the FIA needs to prove that Abu Dhabi was not a premeditated plan to deprive Hamilton of the title. Read more 'He is one of the few drivers who can surpass Hamilton' 'Tsunoda's future in Formula...
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