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Lewis Hamilton admitted he was surprised at his own good fortune Sunday after winning the German Grand Prix to take a clear championship lead into Formula One's annual European summer holidays.Twenty-four hours after casting a sullen figure during his media duties after missing out on pole position to his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg, the champion sulk had become pure joy.Told by a reporter that he now led Rosberg by 19 points, he responded with unbridled pleasure. Reigning world champion Hamilton took full advantage of the poor start by Rosberg, who also received a five second pit-stop penalty for an over-aggressive passing move, to deliver a flawless drive.For Rosberg, who was seeking to repeat his 2014 triumph, it ended up as a day of bitter disappointment.Rosberg was soon tussling with Verstappen.
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