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Lewis Hamilton Reveals Monaco Crash Was Result of ‘Heavy Partying’ and Fatigue

Lewis Hamilton's indulgent lifestyle is clearly catching up with him as he has revealed that a minor car crash he had in Monaco in the early hours of Tuesday morning was caused by fatigue after consistent partying. Per the Telegraph's Daniel Johnson, Mercedes driver Hamilton collided with three parked cars when driving his Pagani Zonda supercar in Monte Carlo on Tuesday but was unhurt and found not to have been drinking by police. However, the newly crowned Formula One world champion has now admitted he was fatigued after days of partying, per BBC Sport: "It was a result of heavy partying and not much rest for 10 days. I am a bit run down. I have been non-stop and trying to fit training in at the same time and not gettin...

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