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Hamilton: No-one left to emulate after Senna

Monday 26th October
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Lewis Hamilton says he has achieved everything he set out to in Formula One after matching boyhood idol Ayrton Senna's tally of three world championships at the U.S Grand Prix. Hamilton secured back-to-back titles in Austin with his 10th win of the season, wrapping up a title that has looked to be a formality since the summer. Though Michael Schumacher's seven world titles remain the benchmark in F1 Hamilton says his career ambition was always to match the three Senna won

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