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The evidence that Hamilton will be wrong about Suzuka

Lewis Hamilton made no secret of his excitement at the prospect of a proper three-way scrap for honours between Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull at Suzuka. But will such a scenario arise, or in reality does one team have a clear edge over the other two?

After taking victory in the previous race in Russia, Lewis Hamilton was in an enthusiastic mood about the prospect of an "awesome" and unpredictable battle for glory at this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix.

"Suzuka is incredible, it's one of the most exciting parts of the year, and now so more than ever before because you've got three solid, incredibly fast teams, pushing each other and having the potential to win a race," he said.

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