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Hamilton making big mistake: McLaren

Sydney : Australia | Sep 28, 2012 at 3:50 PM PDT
Source: Adelaide Now
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S taunt to the departing Lewis Hamilton, Australia's big World Twenty20 win and all the latest from the Ryder Cup. Hamilton has been told by McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh he is making a mistake in leaving for Formula One rivals Mercedes . The German motorsport giants, who... FULL ARTICLE AT Adelaide Now
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