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    Liam Lawson's set to receive the punishment that comes from success after securing second at the Nurburgring in the latest race of the German touring car championship

    Liam Lawson's set to receive the punishment that comes from success after securing second at the Nurburgring in the latest race of the German touring car championship


    The 19-year-old has taken the overall lead in the series, but that comes with a literal weight of expectation against key rival Kelvin van der Linde .



    Lawson will practice with team AlphaTauri at Abu Dhabi in December after the Formula One championship wraps up.

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     Other Motorsports News
     04 Dec: Supercars driver Chris Pither's confident his car will be ready to go for the Bathurst 1000 at Mount Panorama
     04 Dec: Two big surprises in qualifying at Mount Panorama
     03 Dec: Kiwi Supercars driver Shane van Gisbergen's relishing the prospect of fan noise competing with the rev of the engines at Bathurst
     03 Dec: Chaz Mostert has gone quickest in the fourth practice session at this weekend's Bathurst 1000
     03 Dec: Keep a close eye on the top of the mountain at this weekend's Bathurst 1000, where Supercars great Greg Murphy believes qualifying and racing will be decided
     02 Dec: Last year's Bathurst 1000 runner-up Cameron Waters has impressed in the opening Supercars practice session at Mount Panorama
     01 Dec: Chris Pither is feeling for fellow New Zealand drivers Greg Murphy and Richie Stanaway after the duo were forced to withdraw from this weekend's Bathurst 1000
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