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Hamilton’s Saudi win keeps title hopes alive

Publication date 06 December 2021 | 20:56 | ICT

Lewis Hamilton kept his hopes of an eighth world championship title alive with a thrilling victory in a dramatic and at times chaotic Saudi Arabian Grand Prix on Sunday.



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