By Keith Weir LONDON, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Former world champion Lewis Hamilton will get an even higher global profile and greater freedom to exploit it after joining the Mercedes Formula One motor racing team. The Briton, 27, will leave McLaren and drive with Mercedes from next season in a three-year deal. He replaces German Michael Schumacher in a move that will make him a public face for one of the world's most famous car brands. Hamilton is ...
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