Lewis Hamilton says Niki Lauda was a ‘bright light’ in his life
Formula One legend was behind the Briton’s switch to Mercedes when the German constructor was far from a dominant force
Monaco — Five times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton hailed Niki Lauda as “a bright light” in his life and said he would not have moved to Mercedes without the late Austrian’s involvement. Lauda, a triple world champion regarded as one of the sport’s all-time greats, was non-executive chair of the Mercedes team when he died on Monday night at the age of 70.
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