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Hamilton thinks bumping will be biggest obstacle in Singapore

At the press conference ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton told Sky Sports that his success on the track will depend on how well the car can handle the bumps. Singapore's circuit is relatively very bumpy, and that could still make things quite difficult for the Mercedes. Article continues under ad In 2018, Hamilton set the track record in Singapore, a record that remains intact to this day. According to Hamilton, his success that day came mainly from how good the car was on the track. In his own words, this weekend they have the chance to test that theory, as the track is quite different from previous years. Read more Wolff guards against too much optimism: 'That will be a...
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