Lewis Hamilton is hoping his near-miss in the Hungarian GP is a sign that his luck is changing in a season where he has shown he's "got heart."
Hamilton has undoubtedly had the worst of Mercedes' reliability issues with the latest incidents affecting his qualifying in Germany and Hungary.
In both grands prix he had to race from the back of the grid - the pitlane in Hungary - and in both he finished third on the podium keeping his Championship dream alive.
"It's been damage limitation for me in the last couple of races and we've had some difficult weekends throughout this season," he told the Mercedes' website.
"But," he added, "if I'm honest, looking back...
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