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Lewis Hamilton says 'Paradise Papers' will not distract him in final two races

BBC Local News Wednesday, 8 November 2017 ()
Lewis Hamilton says 'Paradise Papers' will not distract him in final two racesBBC Local News: Beds, Herts and Bucks -- Lewis Hamilton says controversy over his tax affairs will not distract him as he completes the final two races of the season.
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2017 Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton says he is "not distracted" by the Paradise Papers tax leak ahead of this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix. Hamilton, who wrapped up the drivers' title at the last race reportedly avoided tax on his £16.5 million private jet.

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