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From pit lane to the podium for Hamilton in Hungary

Lewis Hamilton recovered from a disastrous qualifying session on Saturday to finish in third place in today's Hungarian Grand Prix. The Brit was forced to start from the pit lane after a fire in the first segment of qualifying forced Mercedes to change his chassis, gearbox and engine. His race got off to a difficult start after he spun at turn two on the opening lap in tricky and slippery conditions. The two safety car periods helped him to move through the field, but he couldn't hold off eventual winner Daniel Ricciardo. Hamilton also failed to find a way past Fernando Alonso after a frantic final few laps at the Hungaroring, while managing to defend from his team-mate Nico Rosberg. 'It is...
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