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Lewis Hamilton lashes out at Mercedes

It was another grand prix to forget for seven-time world champion Sir Lewis Hamilton in Miami after finishing behind his new team-mate George Russell for the fourth time this season. Hamilton struggled to make progress through the field at the Miami International Autodrome, after starting from sixth. Russell on the other hand made superb progress towards the frontrunners despite having started from twelfth, following a poor qualifying on Saturday. The former Williams driver did massively benefit however from the race's late safety car, which was brought out after Lando Norris and Pierre Gasly collided on the exit of Turn 7. This allowed Russell to pit for fresh medium tyres, having run...
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