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Lewis Hamilton using Red Bull's harsh words as ‘fuel' to bounce back

Sir Lewis Hamilton has revealed that racing in the midfield having become accustomed to winning is “still racing,” just not as he knows it. The Briton has won four of the last five world championships and, between the start of the hybrid era in 2014 and the end of last year, the 37-year-old claimed 81 of his 103 career race victories. Mercedes’ failure to adequately adapt to the new technical regulations has left them lagging behind Ferrari and Red Bull, and they have instead found themselves competing in the midfield battle. READ: Hamilton says he wants to see an American F1 driver amid Ricciardo replacement rumours Hamilton’s podium finish in Bahrain remains his best result of...
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