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Hamilton’s win record keeps ‘GOAT’ debate raging

Publication date 27 October 2020 | 21:35 | ICT

Damon Hill hailed Lewis Hamilton as the “GOAT” as he and Jackie Stewart led tributes on Monday following their compatriot’s record-breaking 92nd win in Sunday’s Portuguese Grand Prix.

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