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Lewis Hamilton warned about being beaten by George Russell again

Sky Sports F1 presenter Simon Lazenby believes it will be a 'slightly different story' if Lewis Hamilton is beaten in the drivers' championship for a second consecutive season by George Russell, with the seven-time world champion having had an excuse in 2022 for being beaten. By beating Hamilton in the standings last season, Russell became just the third team-mate of the 38-year-old's to have done so, joining Jenson Button and Nico Rosberg in an exclusive club. In Hamilton's defence, he entered 2022 having considered leaving the sport, following the controversial handling of the 2021 season finale in Abu Dhabi, where he lost an unprecedented eighth world title on the final lap to Max...
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