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Lewis Hamilton: F1 governance must change after ‘ugh’ French Grand Prix

• British driver says teams must not be allowed to shape rules
• Hamilton admits race in France was not exciting to watch

Lewis Hamilton has revealed he is unimpressed with how Formula One is being run and says its governance must change.

Speaking after his dominant victory at the French Grand Prix, Hamilton said Formula One teams – who have their own vested interests – should not be allowed to frame the sport’s regulations after he was present for discussions over new plans for 2021.

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