Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain dons a cowboy hat after winning the F1 United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas November 2, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
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Lewis Hamilton's U.S. Grand Prix victory means the Briton can now secure his second Formula One title without having to win again but there could still be a sting in the tail.Mercedes are sure of both titles now with Hamilton and teammate Nico Rosberg the only drivers still in championship contention with two races remaining, but a controversial finish could take the gloss off the team's achievements.It would be a travesty if Hamilton did not prevail, with Rosberg only winning four of the 17 races so far, but the two are only 24 points apart.Only two other drivers, multiple champions Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel, have ever won 10 races in a season and never before has the winner of even nine not won the championship.
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