Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Nothing can stop us

Lewis Hamilton was delighted to win the Hungarian Grand Prix and put the qualifying fracas from yesterday behind him. He jumped for joy on the podium - very much reminiscent of how seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher used to. He was also particularly congratulatory to Nick Heidfeld, who just held off Fernando Alonso for third.

Hamilton revealed that it had been a hard race fending off the challenge from Kimi Raikkonen but he is convinced that the result shows that the team is not going to be brought down by the weekend's events."It's been an eventful weekend and quite emotional for all the team," Hamilton admitted in the press conference. "You can imagine with all the drama that has happened over the weekend - it's been a massive downer. It would be easy to lose focus but the great thing is the team remains positive and it just proves that nothing can stop us. Obviously I know how to win races - I've experienced Kimi on my tail before. But nevertheless it has been a hard race."The 22-year-old now moves seven points clear of Alonso in the standings

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