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Grand Prix greats come from all sorts of backgrounds but few started life with the odds stacked against them quite as heavily as Lewis Hamilton.Hamilton recalled this month after becoming the most successful British driver ever in terms of race wins.It was a long way from 2008 when, as a McLaren driver, Hamilton took his first title in Brazil with a sensational last overtake that turned the 23-year-old into the youngest champion.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.Once seen as over-controlled by McLaren group boss Ron Dennis, Hamilton is now his own man and the happier for it.No longer in need of a manager, and enjoying his father's company more, the best known driver of his generation seems more confident about who he is.
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