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The Mercedes-AMG F1 team was understandably keen to remedy the misfortunes of Austria at the British Grand Prix this past weekend. Lewis Hamilton managed to place his Mercedes on pole in front of his home crowd ahead of the two Ferraris of Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen who, to be honest, now have the best car on the grid. Everything seems to be coming together rather well for the Scuderia team as evidenced by the pace of the cars at the Silverstone circuit.
On raceday, Vettel managed to get a clean start and get a jump on Hamilton, who was also overtaken by his teammate Valtteri Bottas, while Raikkonen also tried to squeeze through, but ended up touching with Hamilton who then spun into the first corner. Raikkonen was handed a 10-second penalty by the race stewards for causing the accident. Nonetheless, he showed some great sportsmanship and later apologised to Hamilton for the incident.
This meant that Hamilton had to work his way through the grid from the back to eventually ...
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