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Hamilton’s success at the British Grand Prix

Formula 1 made its way to Silverstone this weekend for the iconic British Grand Prix, with fans hoping to see Brit Lewis Hamilton race to victory.

With Hamilton on poll and his teammate Nico Rosberg starting second on the grid behind him, it was set to be a dramatic race as the battle continued for the championship. In traditional British style the weather looked to make an impact, a downpour just before the start of the race meant the first five laps were done behind the safety car. Eager to get away and start racing, once the safety car was brought back in, Hamilton got off to a flying start achieving a brilliant opening lap leaving him 3.7 seconds clear.

Silverstone - Brooklands

Behind him Rosberg and Red Bull’s Max Verstappen were in battle for most of the race, the young Red Bull driver showed his talent as he pulled off a superb overtake on lap 16 and managed to hold onto second place even after a slip up in the tricky wet conditions, but Rosberg eventually caught up and regained second place on lap 38.

In control the entire race Hamilton gained his fourth British Grand Prix win, now equalling Nigel Mansell. However, it was not such a good start to the weekend for fellow Brit Jenson Button after problems in qualifying left him to start 17th on the grid, he finished 12th in his McLaren one place ahead of teammate Fernando Alonso. 

Following the race Rosberg has been given a 10 second penalty for breaking controversial radio transmission rules, this drops him down to third place and moves Verstappen up to second place. A blow for the German driver as this now gives him only a one-point lead over Hamilton in the drivers’ championship.

This looks to set be a great battle over the Formula 1 season ending with the final race in Abu Dhabi. 



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