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Wolff: ‘Without the Safety Car, Hamilton would have won'

Toto Wolff believes that without a late Safety Car, Lewis Hamilton would have gone on to win his first race of the season at the British Grand Prix. Following Max Verstappen's car issues, the win looked likely to only ever be heading in one of three directions with Hamilton battling the two Ferraris. As the Ferrari boys argued over the team radio for track position, Hamilton closed the gap between himself and the frontrunners until he was right behind the duo. Ferrari opted to pit Carlos Sainz and soon did similar with Charles Leclerc which meant Hamilton led the race, much to the delight of the home crowd. Despite being on older tyres, Hamilton had looked as if he was making them last and...
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