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Lewis Hamilton Finally Benefits from Luck After Taking Lead in F1 Title Battle

"Luck does not come into it," was the title of the official season-review DVD of the 2008 Formula One season, the campaign which saw Lewis Hamilton claim his only world championship to date. It refers, of course, to the final few laps of that year's Brazilian Grand Prix, when the British driver, then of McLaren, went from a comfortable title-taking position to the verge of disaster, then back again to ultimately win the title by one point ahead of Ferrari's Felipe Massa. Almost six years later, that rainy afternoon at the Interlagos circuit remains the defining day of his career, not only because he ended it with the crown on his head but due to the fact that it sums Hamilton up to an absolute tee. The 29-year-old has, ever since...

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