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After 69 laps Lewis Hamilton wins F1 Hungarian Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton dominates and won Hungary Grand Prix

Before the Formula One circus shuts down for the summer break, Budapest plays host to round 11 of the championship and the Hungarian Grand Prix.

And it’s Lewis Hamilton who is favourite to notch up his second victory of the season after dominating yesterday’s qualifying session

Two laps left, and Hamilton maintains a one-second lead over Raikkonen. He’s got this one in the bag. Hamilton enters his final lap ahead of Raikkonen.  A strong challenge from Raikkonen but Hamilton’s had the Finn covered.

Lewis Hamilton breathed new life into his Formula 1 title challenge as he held off the challenge of Kimi Raikkonen to win the Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring.

The McLaren driver led away from pole position and was able to manage the gap to Raikkonen’s team-mate Romain Grosjean during the first two stints of the 69-lap race.

Raikkonen’s stunning pace during the middle stint leapfrogged the Finn from fifth to second, but he could not prevent Hamilton taking a 19th career win, his third in Hungary, as Grosjean gave Lotus a double podium by coming home third.

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World Championship leader Fernando Alonso was fifth, but extended his lead over Mark Webber to 40 points.

Reigning world champion Sebastian Vettel narrowly failed to overhaul Grosjean after a late stop for fresh tyres and finished fourth.

Championship leader Fernando Alonso would have been a relieved man as Ferrari’s lack of pace was not punished in the championship standings.

In fact the Spaniard increased his lead to 40 points as nearest challenger Mark Webber trailed home eighth, after the Australian’s own late stop for tyres failed to work out.

Hamilton remains 47 points adrift of Alonso in fourth place despite his masterful drive to victory.

Sixth placed Jenson Button was another left frustrated by strategy as McLaren’s decision to switch him from a two to a three-stop option saw him drop from third back to an eventual sixth, ahead of the Williams of Bruno Senna.

Felipe Massa and Nico Rosberg rounded out the top 10.

After 69 laps Lewis Hamilton wins F1 Hungarian Grand Prix

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