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Billionaire says Mercedes deserve more credit for Lewis Hamilton's success

With money making all the difference in Formula 1, the interest of a man valued at £1.4 billion can only come as good news for a team. Calvin Lo had initially expressed an interest in starting a Formula 1 team of his own, however after Stefano Domenicali admitted that F1 was unlikely to expand on the 20 cars currently on the grid in the near future, Lo has turned his attention to investing in a current team. Smaller teams such as Williams and Haas rely dearly on external sources of income and sponsorships, and these are the two main teams that have linked as potential suitors for the Hong Kong based billionaire. Lo has said that should he become involved in Formula 1, Mick Schumacher...
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