Lewis Hamilton WINS Brazil GP from tenth in one of the great F1 performances to cut rival Verstappen’s world title lead

LEWIS HAMILTON turned in this Senna-sational win in Sao Paulo to finally end the debate on the greatest F1 driver of all time. And if anyone thought Hamilton would not fight tooth and nail to defend his title then think again. Hamilton said: “I feel this has been one of the most, if not the most challenging with the things we have faced this weekend, but in terms of driving, this has maybe been my best. At that point, it looked comfortable for Red Bull as they ran in first and second but the question remained, could Hamilton catch them, even from 10th?. On lap 59, Hamilton swooped into the lead, having sized-up the move through turns one, two and three before completing the pass on four. It seems that rather like Senna, Hamilton doesn’t have much time for the stewards or their decisions.

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