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Hamilton triumphs over adversity

Lewis Hamilton believes he has raised 'the middle finger to adversity' after finishing on the podium in both Germany and Hungary following two qualifying disasters in a week. Having feared he would trail Nico Rosberg by over twenty points during the summer break after a fire engulfed his crippled Mercedes car during qualifying at the Hungaroring, Hamilton will instead embark on his holidays a mere eleven points off the summit after a sterling comeback drive that saw him charge from the pitlane to the podium.In typically pugnacious fashion, Hamilton's race was a gripping tale of the good, the fortunate and, inevitably, contentious. If the good was encapsulated by his astonishing move around...
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