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Lewis sorry for Button clash

Lewis Hamilton has taken the blame for the collision with Jenson Button which probably cost him second place in the German GP. The two former McLaren team-mates tangled as an aggressive Hamilton charged through the field from 20th on the grid in Sunday's event-filled race. Having already made contact with Adrian Sutil's Sauber and, in an ultra-risky overtaking move that saw him defy a lock-up to pass two cars in a single corner, the Ferrari of Kimi Raikkonen, the front-wing of Hamilton's W05 was badly damaged when he clashed with Button as he attempted to pass the McLaren.Although replays suggested that Button has been caught unawares by Hamilton's sudden plunge into the hairpin, the...
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