Lewis Hamilton says he got the best result possible when he brought his W05 home in third place in Sunday's German Grand Prix.
Starting 20th on the grid following his qualifying accident and subsequent gearbox penalty, Hamilton provided much of the afternoon's entertainment.
The Mercedes driver sliced his way through the field, even passing Kimi Raikkonen and Daniel Ricciardo in one move at the hairpin.
However, it was almost one overtake too many as later, again at the hairpin, he tagged former team-mate Jenson Button, breaking the front wing of his W05.
The damage, though, counted for little as Hamilton raced to third place, held up in the final seven laps by Valtteri Bottas, who...
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