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Did Lewis describe F1 as boring? Find out here.

In the wake of a processional European Grand Prix in Valencia in which there were barely any passing manoeuvres throughout, Formula 1 World Championship leader Lewis Hamilton claimed the sport can become 'boring' and 'a bit dull' [see separate story – click here].

Since then, the McLaren-Mercedes star – controversially stripped of his breathtaking victory in a thrilling Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps at the weekend – has denied making the claims, with Autosport quoting the 23-year-old as having insisted: “I don't remember saying it was boring.”

“I remember watching Formula 1 before I got here and sometimes it's boring to watch,” he then countered. “You just fall asleep! Hopefully next year will be more exciting.”

To listen to the interview and judge for yourself whether or not Hamilton described F1 as 'boring', click here


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