Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain (R) performs with Mexican wrestlers at the Coliseo Arena in Mexico City, October 28, 2015. REUTERS/Henry Romero
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Lewis Hamilton will be in it to win it this weekend as Mexico makes its return to the F1 calendar after a 23-year absence.Hamilton, whose great Brazilian idol Ayrton Senna died in a 1994 crash after also winning three world championships, saw the gift as a positive that also justified his own sometimes controversial life choices.Hamilton has dominated the season, leading from the very first race.If his last win was controversial, with Hamilton banging wheels with teammate Nico Rosberg at the first corner in a move that pushed the German wide, he appeared unapologetic.A recent headline in Italy suggesting Hamilton had been "more Schumacher than Senna" was categorically and swiftly dismissed.Hamilton said that those who also criticized Rosberg for not making more of a fight of it might be missing the point.
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