A combo of photos, from up left, shows Hamilton taking the lead as Rosberg takes the escape road for the second time.
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Lewis Hamilton battled back from a troubled start to win the Italian Grand Prix for Mercedes Sunday after teammate Nico Rosberg cracked under pressure and saw his Formula One championship lead cut to 22 points.Rosberg, who now has 238 points to Hamilton's 216 with six races remaining after the end of the European part of the season, recognized his error.Hamilton had taken pole position for the first time since May but problems with the car's start controls left him struggling to get away. He was fourth into the first corner as Rosberg led untroubled.It was the start of a thrilling chase, with the 2008 world champion fighting back and retaking the lead on the 29th of 53 laps when Rosberg missed the first chicane as he had done earlier in the race.Rosberg, blamed by his own team for the second lap Spa collision that led to Hamilton's retirement from that race, was booed for the second Grand Prix in a row.
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