Hamilton, the reigning world champion, took the chequered flag for a record-equaling fourth German Grand Prix win. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
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Lewis Hamilton went from 14th to first to seize a "miracle" German Grand Prix victory for Mercedes Sunday and retake the Formula One championship lead from Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel, who crashed.Hamilton, the reigning world champion, took the chequered flag for a record-equaling fourth German Grand Prix win, ahead of his Finnish teammate Valtteri Bottas and Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen.For Vettel, it was simply a nightmare – the chance to make big gains slipping through his hands in an instant. He now has 171 points to Hamilton's 188 .Hamilton, who was already up to fifth after 14 laps, had made his first set of soft tires last for 42 laps but pitted before the rain came and went to ultrasofts.
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