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A flying 13kg tyre carcass narrowly missed Daniel Ricciardo’s head during a chaotic first lap of the Brazilian Grand Prix won by Max Verstappen. At the end of Saturday’s sprint over just 24 laps, George Russell had been 26 seconds back and Lewis 35. That carried Hamilton to a seemingly impressive close second place before the underneath of his machine was revealed to be illegal. The two Mercedes drivers were like rats in sacks as the race progressed. ‘Are we working together or just doing our own race?’ he asked. The fact was that Russell did not have any huge pace advantage over Hamilton, proven by the fact he could not pass him with DRS in the mid-section of the race when they duelled. ‘We should have gone to the hard tyres, man,’ complained Hamilton.

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