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Hill: Title fight still 'wide open' despite Ferrari setbacks

Damon Hill says Ferrari's chances of challenging Red Bull for the world title are still intact despite the Scuderia and Charles Leclerc's recent setbacks. The Monegasque has been unrivalled in qualifying in the last four rounds, but retirements in Barcelona and last weekend in Baku have relegated Leclerc to third in the championship standings, 34 points behind archrival and leader Max Verstappen who conquered in Baku his fifth win of the 2022 season. Meanwhile, the Scuderia's reliability woes and double DNF in Azerbaijan have put the Italian outfit 80 points behind Red Bull in the Constructors' standings. But Hill insists the title fight between F1's two front-running outfits is no where...
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