Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton celebrates on the podium after winning the race REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
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Hamilton, now 24 points clear of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel after 12 of the 21 races, will head off on holiday a happy man but also recognizing he is in a different kind of fight this year compared to 2017 .The Briton has now won six times in Hungary, more than any driver, but has yet to do so and take the title in the same season.There is still plenty of work to do if he is to break that streak, even if Hamilton is well ahead of where he was this time last year when he went into the August shutdown 14 points adrift of Vettel.The second half of the season has been good for Hamilton in the past, with the Briton coming back strongly last year to clinch his fourth title.
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