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Lewis Hamilton Was Right to Attack During the 2014 German Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton went into the Formula One German Grand Prix on Sunday in damage-limitation mode. A brake failure in qualifying and five-place penalty for changing his gearbox left him starting in 20th. To make matters worse, team-mate and championship rival Nico Rosberg was on pole. The German would surely cruise to an unopposed win; Hamilton needed to finish as close behind as possible. He set about doing so as soon as the safety car came in at the end of the third lap. By the end of the race, he finished in third—but the manner in which he reached that position drew criticism from some fans and praise from others. Twitter was ablaze during the race with fans debating whether he was going about things in the right or wrong way. Two i...

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