Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team's British driver Lewis Hamilton celebrates after winning at the Hockenheim circuit, southern Germany, on July 31, 2016 during the Formula One Grand Prix of Germany. / AFP / SASCHA SCHUERMANN
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Triple champion Lewis Hamilton is no stranger to speed but the rapid turnaround in his title prospects has left even the blindingly quick Briton stunned, as he heads into F1's annual summer break firmly in control of the race for the championship. Hamilton goes into the four-week holiday having extended his lead over Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg to 19 points, after sweeping to a dominant victory, leading from the first corner in his rival's home German Grand Prix Sunday.By contrast, Rosberg, who won each of the opening four races, has scraped together just 98 points and finished on the podium only three times in the seven races since Hamilton hit his purple patch of form.
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