Hamilton won the German Formula One Grand Prix at the Hockenheim racing circuit. AFP / Andrej ISAKOVIC
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There is something about adversity that drives Lewis Hamilton on. Even though he has won four Formula One titles and 66 races, Hamilton draws huge motivation from being against the odds.In the past two races, he has finished first and second after being way down on the grid. Hamilton's love of fighting from the back is somewhat ironic, considering he is F1's record holder with 76 pole positions – eight more than Michael Schumacher.Hamilton won, with a little help from Vettel's sudden crash on a sodden circuit, and described his performance as possibly his best.Hamilton certainly silenced his Hockenheimring hecklers in style.He also regained control of the title race, moving 17 points ahead of Vettel heading to Hungary's Hungaroring Sunday.
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