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Grand Prix. Hamilton , a victor on three of the four occasions the race has been staged here in Austin , can win on Sunday, next week in Mexico, and the final two rounds of the season in Brazil and Abu Dhabi, and still fall short in his quest for a fourth championship.

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Sigourney Weaver Announced as Villain of Marvel's Defenders

According to a report from The Verge , Jeph Loeb , Marvel's big boss on the TV side, announced Sigourney Weaver will be the new villain in Marvel's The Defenders. Cindy Hollan also shares his overwhelming by praising Weaver's joining to the star cast of the series with remarkable cast alongside Finn, Mike, Krysten, and Charlie.
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