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Lewis Hamilton Should Have Been Given F1 Crown at Abu Dhabi, Not FIA Ceremony

"This is the greatest day of my life," declared Lewis Hamilton during the FIA podium interviews following his victory in last month's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. In winning at the Yas Marina circuit, the British driver secured his second Formula One World Championship and with it a place alongside the most iconic names in the sport's history. But he had very little to show for it. If it had not been for a series of post-race donuts, some excitable team radio messages, the waving of a British flag from the cockpit and the shedding of a tear or two in the pre-podium cool-down room, virtually nothing would have separated the coronation of a champion from a regular race weekend. There was no extra fanfare, no recognition of the event marking th...

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