F1: Hamilton “cruel and precise”

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Sports world: “Hamilton led in the style of James Bond and won when he already looked like a loser. Mercedes Hamilton and Bottas have won their seventh World Championship title through their double success, although they have made several mistakes in this race. ”

Great Britain

The Guardian: “Brave and vigorous decisions, precise execution led to Lewis Hamilton’s victory at the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix. The British driver is still holding the World Cup trophy with just one hand, but his team, Mercedes, has already collected their seventh world title in a row. ”


Gazzetta dello Sport: “Hamilton has once again shown his exceptional abilities that it takes proper timing to win a race. Max Verstappen and Bottas were ahead of him at the start, but he waited for the tire change and took the lead. Cruel and precise. ”


The Team: “Mercedes set a record at the Grand Prix in Emilia-Romagna: it won its seventh world design title in a row. Better than Ferrari, Red Bull and McLaren, even though these teams dominated Formula 1 in their time. ”


Look: “Mercedes has collected its seventh world title in a row – a new high! Ferrari, six priorities between 1999 and 2004, has fallen from the throne. ”

Source: MTI

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