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Hamilton escapes unhurt after his W05sup hits the tyre barrier in a replication of his first day accident last year

Lewis Hamilton wins in Hungary

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Lewis Hamilton, centre, celebrates with his Mercedes team following his first win for the outfit (Peter J Fox/Getty Images)

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Lewis Hamilton after victory in Hungary

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Lewis Hamilton wins in Hungary

F1: ‘Smooth-sailing’ Lewis Hamilton ready to ride wave of first win for title voyage

Relaxed opening victory for Mercedes raises hope that tyre woe is over and he can challenge Vettel

Formula One: Lewis Hamilton hopeful of challenge for title after victory at Hungarian Grand Prix

The victory was his first since moving to Mercedes

Kimi Raikkonen and Vettel talk after the race, with the Finn managing to keep the championship leader at bay to take second - after the race Vettel played down an incident between the pair where Raikkonen had blocked him from passing during the last few laps (Mark Thompson/Getty Images)
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Hungry Hamilton savours debut Mercedes victory

Lewis Hamilton after victory in Hungary

F1: Lewis Hamilton dedicates win in Hungary to ex-girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger

Lewis Hamilton dedicated his fourth Hungarian Grand Prix win and his first victory for Mercedes to ex-girlfriend Nicole Scherzinger and described the victory as a "Band Aid" which would temporarily heal his troubles off the track.

Hungarian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton snatches first Mercedes win

Lewis Hamilton finally grabbed his first victory with Mercedes by taking a record-equalling fourth chequered flag in Hungary.

Lewis Hamilton's worst fears confirmed by Sebastian Vettel

Briton admits to lack of pace in his Mercedes as tyre problem leaves them trailing Red Bull

Lewis Hamilton: Must get quickly up to speed on 'new' Pirellis after Mercedes' testing ban

F1: Lewis Hamilton fights to avert another tyre disaster

The Hungaroring will pose Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes team their sternest challenge this weekend as they try to make up lost ground after being banned from testing Pirelli’s latest tyres at Silverstone last week.

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Lewis Hamilton hopeful of first victory for Mercedes following run of bad luck

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Lewis Hamilton is currently cutting a gloomy figure at Mercedes

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