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Lewis Hamilton Could Leave F1

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Lewis Hamilton Could Leave F1

Lewis Hamilton Could Leave F1

Race winner Kimi Raikkonen is flanked by second-placed Max Verstappen (far left) and Lewis Hamilton, who finished third after a thrilling US Grand Prix.

Hamilton increased his title lead to 70 points over Sebastian Vettel ahead of the final three rounds of the championship.

In 2018, for the second time in three years, drivers and teams have competed over the course of a 21-race season, spending more time away from families and homes.

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