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Hamilton wins German Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton, McLaren's driver won the German Grand Prix with a timing of 1:37:30.334, as Fernando Alonso and Mark Webber finished in the second and third place consecutively. This victory has pushed McLaren to 243 points in the season.

MCLAREN DRIVER, Lewis Hamilton, looked at his best as he won the German Grand Prix in the Nurburgring circuit, where he clocked 1:37:30.334. He was followed by Fernando Alonso and Mark Webber in second and third place respectively. It was Lewis Hamilton’s second win of the season and his 16th career victory overall.

The victory for the British driver could not have come at a better hour as a large number of critics were stating that he is too aggressive in his driving style. Some of them were also saying that his career may end soon too. With this victory McLaren-Mercedes has come in closer to the Renault team with a total of 243 points in their kitty. The Renault team is still way ahead in the pack as they have 355 points in the team’s standings. For the driver’s championship Sebastian Vettel is currently at the number 1 position with 216 points - followed by Mark Webber who has 139 points.  

Hamilton considers that it was one of the best races that he has ever completed. Indeed, he was right, as he started the race on the second position, and took the lead pretty early on. He was very smooth in the Mclaren’s driver’s seat as he was steering his car with ease. Everyone was pleased with Lewis Hamilton performance in the German Grand Prix.

It was a disappointing race for Vettel as it was for the first time that he could not find a place on the podium as he finished fourth in the race. He would be eager to improve upon this performance in the next Grand Prix at Budapest.

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