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Race Car Hamilton WINS 4th F1 WORLD Title>Despite Dirty Tricks From Vettel >in Mexican GP

Lewis Hamilton Wins Fourth F1 World Title in Mexican GP > Despite Dirty Tricks From Sebastian Vettel >Which Caused a Collision...as Max Verstappen Takes Victory in Dramatic Exciting Race

  • Lewis Hamilton fought back from early difficulties after coming together with Sebastian Vettel in first lap
  • British driver did enough to secure his fourth world title as rival Vettel could only finish in fourth position
  • Max Verstappen dominated race to win ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Kimi Raikkonen
  • Hamilton thanked his team and fans before performing some doughnuts for the crowd after the race
By Jonathan Mcevoy, Daily Mail UK, 29 Oct 2017





Lewis Hamilton celebrates winning the Formula One drivers' championship with his mum....
His mother Brenda was always proud of her 'competitive little so-and-so' when he was growing up..



The one crucial question hung in the hot thin air;

‘Did he do that on purpose?’.....

Asked Lewis Hamilton of Sebastian Vettel, the German with nothing to lose, who drove his Ferrari, and his last title hopes, into the back of the British history-maker.

It was in the first, frenetic moments of a controversial Mexican Grand Prix that Vettel was playing pinball with the field.

That whopping 800-yard, peril-inviting drag into the first corner passed with hearts in mouths yet no scratched paintwork....But wait...then Vettel got to work.

He touched Max Verstappen’s Red Bull, a piece of Vettel’s sponsor-laden chassis sent fizzing through the sky.








Despite finishing ninth, Lewis Hamilton claimed his fourth world championship at the Mexican Grand Prix



Fans salute Hamilton as he performs donuts on the track following his fourth world championship success



Hamilton's ninth place meant Vettel had to win the race to keep the title race alive, with the German only finishing fourth




The Mercedes driver's championship victory makes him Great Britain's most successful British driver of all time




Hamilton waves the Union Flag as he parks his car next to the podium spots where a 'Hammer Time' place is marked for him



Supporters flock onto the circuit to greet Hamilton and congratulate the 32-year-old on his fourth world title...



Let us consider what this meant. Vettel, who had started on pole, had an injured machine while Hamilton had managed to slide through at that second corner.


What was Vettel to do? He had arrived here needing a leap bigger than Bob Beamon conjured here in 1968, with a chasm of 66 points between him and Hamilton when the lights went out.

He had to finish second to stand any chance of taking what might loosely be called the contest into the final two rounds of the season.


Vettel, therefore, had nothing to lose, and perhaps everything to gain, by trying to smash the Mercedes in which Hamilton was driving cleanly, carefully, and yet confidently, towards what in those split seconds, may have struck Vettel as certain title completion
....




Hamilton poses with the Union Flag having regained the world title despite enduring a terrible race in Mexico...



Hamilton claimed the fourth world championship of his career after a tumultuous race in Mexico....



Verstappen claimed victory in Mexico from Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas (left) and Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen



So... coming out of the second turn, a left-hander, and sweeping into the third, a right-hander, Vettel followed Hamilton and shunted into him.

The Brit’s tyre was slashed on impact and his car partially impaired, which caused him to fall down the board.



Vettel, the front nose of his car bust, & partly impaired, but not so grievously wounded as the man who emerged, when the 71 laps were all told, as a quadruple champion of the world.


But back to that question Hamilton posed.

It can only be a hunch but, according to the interpretation of events outlined above, I believe Vettel knew precisely what he was doing.


And so add the incident to the dubious title shoot-out collisions that litter the Formula One narrative.

The cast is led by Ayrton Senna, Alain Prost and Michael Schumacher, all multiple champions whose desperation have got the better of them from Jerez to Suzuka.



If it seems a harsh assumption to think the worst of Vettel, we must recall Baku, Azerbaijan, earlier this season when, clearly, he deliberately drove into Hamilton in despair.

We drew comparison then with Schumacher, the hero Vettel venerated as a young karter, whose lowest tactics he seems to be on more than nodding terms with.


The stewards studied the evidence for seven minutes but decided against an investigation. That seemed a touch negligent.

As for the actual question Hamilton posed, the answer from Pete Bonnington, his race engineer, came back: ‘Not sure.’


What we can be certain of is that Hamilton deserves acclaim for not having needed to resort to any skulduggery to win his fourth title.
Through the second half of this season, his driving has been touched by the angels.



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Vettel was on pole for Ferrari but was under threat into turn one by Verstappen (second right) and Hamilton (right)



Verstappen attempted to pass Vettel around the outside of turn one as the Ferrari driver narrowly maintained his lead




Sebastian Vettel was passed Verstappen into the first corner but lost part of his front wing in the collision




Hamilton then pounced around the outside into turn three to take second place off his championship rival



Vettel then drove into Hamilton's rear tyre, giving the German severe front wing damage and Hamilton a puncture



He wished to take the championship in blistering fashion, with his 10th victory of the campaign, but instead he had to settle for ninth place.

Victory went to Verstappen, the man-boy of 20 who is most likely to be Hamilton’s keenest rival in the autumn of the Briton’s career.

Vettel had been a beat behind the bar ever since he crashed in Singapore last month and, panicking, Ferrari so overstretched that the buttons popped off their coat. The crasher fought his way back from 19th after pitting post-collision to finish fourth.


Hamilton, from 20th and suffering the indignity of having the blue flag waved at him only half an hour into run, took the crown with an unassailable 56-point lead. Valtteri Bottas and Kimi Raikkonen were second and third.

Those statistics are for the small print. Hamilton’s deeds are made to light up the sports pages. It is impossible to make definite comparisons across the decades, from Juan Manuel Fangio to Hamilton.






Fans flocked to the circuit as they witness drivers take on the stadium section near the end of a lap around the track



Another whose brilliance at the wheel earns him that description, Sir Jackie Stewart, was on the grid beforehand. The two most successful Brits are hardly friends. Stewart barely cast a sideways glance at Hamilton’s car as its driver put on his balaclava and helmet. But the Scot generously conceded afterwards that Hamilton is a ‘worthy champion’.

He is a brilliant trailblazer, too, a mixed-race boy who grew up watching drug addicts out of the windows of a Stevenage council estate. One does not have to be underprivileged to be hungry for sporting success, but you do need perseverance to cross the tracks in a white, money-dominated sport like motor racing.


One postscript. Hamilton moved from 10th to ninth by winning a fabulous duel with Fernando Alonso. There, the world’s two best racers showed Vettel what clean racing of the highest rank is all about.



All we can say is that
Hamilton is one of the finest racers ever....




The collision between the drivers resulted in both championship rivals dropping down to the back of the field before pitting



Verstappen dominated the race after taking the lead, quickly pulling out a gap to Bottas and Esteban Ocon in the early laps




Fernando Alonso grabbed a point for McLaren having just lost out to Hamilton for ninth in a fierce but fair battle



Another whose brilliance at the wheel earns Hamilton that description, Sir Jackie Stewart, was on the grid beforehand. The two most successful Brits are hardly friends. Stewart barely cast a sideways glance at Hamilton’s car as its driver put on his balaclava and helmet. But the Scot generously conceded afterwards that Hamilton is a ‘worthy champion’.

He is a brilliant trailblazer, too, a mixed-race boy who grew up watching drug addicts out of the windows of a Stevenage council estate. One does not have to be underprivileged to be hungry for sporting success, but you do need perseverance to cross the tracks in a white, money-dominated sport like motor racing.


How his mother Brenda watching from a window table at the Mercedes motorhome must have been proud of her competitive little so-and-so..\

One postscript. Hamilton moved from 10th to ninth by winning a fabulous duel with Fernando Alonso.

There, the world’s two best racers showed Vettel what clean racing of the highest rank is all about.



Where Does Lewis Hamilton Rank Among The Greats?




Driver Grand Prix Wins: Michael Schumacher 91 Lewis Hamilton 62 Alain Prost 51


Lewis Hamilton has become Britain's most successful F1 driver after winning his fourth world championship.

Hamilton secured his fourth title at the Mexican GP with the feat taking him clear of three-time world champion Sir Jackie Stewart on the roll-call of British F1 champions.


Quote:

Britain's Formula 1 World Champions


Lewis Hamilton
4
Sir Jackie Stewart 3
Graham Hill 2
Jim Clark 2
Mike Hawthorn 1
John Surtees 1
James Hunt 1
Nigel Mansell 1
Damon Hill 1
Jenson Button 1

..


Hamilton's fourth championship also makes him only the fifth driver in Formula 1 history to reach the landmark.


Quote:

Formula 1's Most Successful Champions


Michael Schumacher 7
Juan Manuel Fangio 5
Alain Prost 4
Lewis Hamilton 4

Sebastian Vettel 4

Ayrton Senna 3

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Hamilton broke F1's all-time record for most positions earlier in the season and only Michael Schumacher has secured more race wins than the Mercedes driver.
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