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Formula One has many problems, but Sunday's British Grand Prix, a thrilling race won by tearful home hero Lewis Hamilton in front of a record 140,000 strong crowd, was not one of them.There were collisions, there was close racing and Hamilton came roaring back from a poor start to become only the third British driver to win three times at home – and set a record for 18 successive races led.The next race on the calendar would normally be Germany, but that race, scheduled for the Nuerburgring, was canceled for financial reasons so the sport now has a three-week gap before Hungary.Hockenheim, who hosted last year's race, declined to step in after drawing a crowd of just 55,000, despite it being a home event for Mercedes title hopeful Nico Rosberg and four-time champion Sebastian Vettel.
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