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Lewis Hamilton has come a long way since he seized his first Formula One title in 2008 with a sensational last-gasp overtake that turned the 23-year-old Briton into the youngest-ever champion.It seems amazing now, looking back after a career of nearly 150 races, that Hamilton is pushing 30 and still has only that one championship to his credit while 27-year-old Sebastian Vettel has won four.Hamilton could have taken the crown in his sensational 2007 rookie season, losing out to Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen by a single point after a stormy year at McLaren alongside Spain's double champion Fernando Alonso.In 2008, Hamilton made hard work of winning the title but this year he has won 10 races to Rosberg's five and is the clear bookmakers' favorite.
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