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‘Lewis can still get podium'

For the second time in the space of a week, Lewis Hamilton has been handed a ‘damage limitation' mission in Sunday's Hungarian GP. But can he make the podium this time? Hamilton came from the back of the grid to finish third in Germany last weekend, but seven days on he faces an even steeper mountain to climb after fire engulfed his Mercedes during the opening minutes of Saturday's qualifying session.With the team therefore forced to ready their spare chassis, the Briton must start the race from the pitlane. And with overtaking at the tight, twisting 4.381km Hungaroring more difficult than at Hockenheim, Hamilton doubts he'll finish in the points, never mind on the podium. Live on Sky...
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