The Hamil­ton supremacy

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“There’s life left in the For­mula One Cham­pi­onship yet,” says Daniel John­son in The Daily Tele­graph. Af­ter a win­less four months that “must have seemed like an eter­nity”, Lewis Hamil­ton was supreme once again at the US Grand Prix. He came across as a bea­con of seren­ity – unrecognisable from the “un­set­tled” driver who walked out of a press con­fer­ence in Ja­pan two weeks ago. It was the 50th vic­tory of Hamil­ton’s ca­reer, and it could prove to be one of the most sig­nif­i­cant: it put him 26 points be­hind Nico Ros­berg, with three races to go. Over­tak­ing his Mercedes team­mate and arch-ri­val would be a tall or­der in­deed. But if Ros­berg slips up, Hamil­ton could still pull off a “great es­cape”.

Hamil­ton: 50th vic­tory

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