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Is Lewis Hamilton’s Hungarian Grand Prix Victory His Most Dominant of 2016?

Like Sasquatch or Kimi Raikkonen's smile, the so-called "hot hand" may or may not exist. One thing we can be certain of, though, following Lewis Hamilton's victory in Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix, is that if the hot hand does exist, the British driver currently has it. Hamilton's win at the Hungaroring, northeast of Budapest, was his fifth in the last six Formula One races. More importantly, the 25 points he scored pushed him past his Mercedes team-mate, Nico Rosberg, and into first place in the drivers' championship. Hamilton won the world championship in 2014 and 2015, but this is his first time at the top of the table this year. In 2014, he also got off to a slow start and spent much of the season trying to catch Rosberg. This year, Ros...

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