It had to happen sooner or later. Nico Rosberg's streak of wins and second places and no retirements had to come to an end sometime.
It had to happen sooner or later. Lewis Hamilton's streak of wins and second places along with the bad luck of two retirements had to come to an end sometime.
And it did. Hamilton won a popular victory in his home grand prix in front of 120,000 cheering fans while his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg retired with a broken gearbox. The result is that Rosberg's lead in the drivers' championship was slashed from 29 points to just 4 with 10 races to go.
Valtteri Bottas rampaged from 14th to second in his Williams. Daniel Ricciardo drove his Red Bull from eighth to...
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