Sebastian Vettel of Germany driving the (5) Scuderia Ferrari SF70H on track during practice for the United States Formula One Grand Prix at Circuit of The Americas on October 20, 2017 in Austin, Texas. Clive Mason/Getty Images/AFP
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Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel refused to give up on the Formula One championship and found support from title favorite Lewis Hamilton.Hamilton leads the German by 59 points with four races left and the Mercedes driver can take his fourth championship in Sunday's U.S. Grand Prix if he finishes in the top two and results go his way.Vettel led the championship from the opening race in Australia in March until last month but three races in the Far East and Hamilton's string of wins have shredded his chances.Hamilton, who has won in Austin four times over the last five years, said talk of wrapping up the title in Texas – as he did two years ago – was overblown.Verstappen created F1 history in 2016 when aged just 18 years and 228 days he won the Spanish Grand Prix on his first start for the team, having made his F1 debut the previous season for sister team Torro Rosso.
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