Lewis Hamilton produced a stunning comeback from 10th on the grid to win the Sao Paulo Grand Prix and blow the F1 title race wide open… but where does it rank in the five best drives of his illustrious career?

Lewis Hamilton produced one of the greatest performances of his illustrious career to win in Brazil on Sunday — blowing this season’s stunning championship race wide open. After making up seven places in five laps and subsequently picking his way into second place, Hamilton made the decisive pass on lap 58. On that occasion Lauda climbed out of his car claiming that to drive on would be insanity. He took pole in the damp and the race started behind the safety car for 19 sodden laps. Just 15 races into his Formula One career, Hamilton was showing a preternatural serenity and amphibious quality that has never left him. Hamilton just about kept his emotions in check on this special day to deliver a stunning drive in the wet at Istanbul Park.

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