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Lewis Hamilton chases £45m pay rise to stay with Mercedes

MailOnline Friday, 10 November 2017
Lewis Hamilton chases £45m pay rise to stay with MercedesMercedes' Lewis Hamilton could become Formula One's first $60million driver which approximately equates to £45m a year, one rival team principal privately estimated.
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