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Stormzy drops chequered flag at British Grand Prix to crown Hamilton six-time winner

British grime star Stormzy waved the chequered flag to end a stunning British Grand Prix, which this week signed a contract to host five more races in future seasons. Bottas led from pole, though found himself under extensive pressure from Hamilton early on. The first round of pit stops saw Bottas change to a new set of medium tyres whilst Hamilton stayed out – a decision that proved to ultimately win him the race. Article continues under video A safety car caused by a beached Antonio Giovinazzi gave Hamilton an effectively free pit stop, putting him ahead of Bottas and sealing the deal. Further back Red Bull and Ferrari drivers fought between themselves, with Leclerc and Verstappen...
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