Hamilton won the same race last year. (AP Photo/Darko Bandic)
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Formula One champions Mercedes have let Lewis Hamilton down but there is still everything to play for, team boss Toto Wolff said Sunday as the Briton fell further behind in the title chase.Ferrari's championship leader Sebastian Vettel, meanwhile, extended his lead from 14 to 20 points after coming a close second.At the previous race in Azerbaijan in June, Hamilton lost what had looked a certain win from pole position after having to pit to fix a loose headrest. Vettel and Hamilton have both won three times this season, and scored points in every race, but Hamilton has been less consistent.
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