Can anybody stop Hamilton?

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With three laps to go, both cars needed to engage in some serious tyre management as both Valteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton picked up front left punctures, with Hamilton’s almost costing him the race victory. Picture: Ben Stansall / Pool via Getty Images
With three laps to go, both cars needed to engage in some serious tyre management as both Valteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton picked up front left punctures, with Hamilton’s almost costing him the race victory. Picture: Ben Stansall / Pool via Getty Images

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Better late than never seems to have been the story of last week’s British grand prix at Silverstone Circuit, as it looked as though it was heading towards a comfortable Mercedes one-two finish. That is until lap 49 derailed everything.

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