LONDON, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton has signed a three-year deal with the Mercedes Formula One team and will replace seven times world champion Michael Schumacher, Mercedes said on Friday. The move for the 2008 world champion comes after Mercedes-Benz signed a new commercial agreement with the sport's commercial rights holders, guaranteeing the team's long-term commitment. There was no word on Schumacher's future plans. Austrian Niki Lauda, ...
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