Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain walks before a news conference ahead of the Hungarian F1 Grand Prix at the Hungaroring circuit, near Budapest, Hungary July 23, 2015. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
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The head says Lewis Hamilton but those willing to take a more adventurous punt might fancy the chances of Valtteri Bottas or Kimi Raikkonen as Formula One regroups in Hungary with a heavy heart this weekend.Hamilton, winner at the Hungaroring four times in eight years and twice in the past three, is the clear favorite as the double world champion seeks to stretch his 17-point overall lead into the August break.Raikkonen was second in Bahrain, his first top 3 finish since he won with Lotus in 2013, and apart from last season, the 2007 world champion has been on the podium in Hungary every year he has raced there since 2006 .
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