Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton REUTERS/Andrew Yates
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Max Verstappen's victory in Austria, his first this year, rewarded Red Bull's opportunism, but his Milton Keynes-based team and Ferrari may face a struggle to match a resurgent Hamilton, reliability permitting, in front of his own fans.The German, who finished third in Spielberg, has a one-point advantage, following Hamilton's first nonscoring finish in 34 races dating back to the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix, but expects a difficult weekend on a circuit that should suit Mercedes.Hamilton compared his and the team's feelings to that of a boxer.Ferrari chief Maurizio Arrivabene said he expects a tricky race for his team.The Italian team have not won at Silverstone since two-time champion Fernando Alonso, now with McLaren, succeeded in 2011 .
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