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Lewis Hamilton Has One Hand on His 2nd Formula 1 Title After US Grand Prix Win

Race day at the United States Grand Prix marked exactly six years since Lewis Hamilton became the youngest-ever world champion in the history of Formula One. The event held on November 2, 2008, at the Interlagos circuit in Brazil, the final round of that particular season, was arguably the most dramatic grand prix that the sport has ever seen, with the British driver—competing in just his second season with McLaren—going through a range of emotions before securing the crown. Hamilton, you'll recall, arrived in Brazil with a seven-point lead over his championship rival, Felipe Massa, needing only a fifth-place finish—this was back when 10 points were handed to the race winner—to win the title. And, while Massa convert...

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