Vettel’s win stretched his championship lead to 14 points. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh
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Sebastian Vettel won a tense Hungarian Grand Prix Sunday in a Ferrari one-two that stretched his championship lead to 14 points after Mercedes rival Lewis Hamilton sportingly surrendered third place to his teammate.Hamilton finished fourth after slowing down on the last lap and allowing Finnish teammate Valtteri Bottas to go past, despite the loss of vital points to the Briton's championship challenge.Bottas had let Hamilton through on the 45th of the 70 laps, on the assurance that his teammate would hand back the place if he could not overtake the Ferraris, and the triple champion duly kept his word.The last Ferrari driver to win from pole position in Hungary was Vettel's compatriot Michael Schumacher, who was dominant in 2004 and went on to win his seventh and last championship that season.
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