How Hamilton made Rosberg choke

How Hamilton made Rosberg choke

Lewis Hamilton didn't just have Italian Grand Prix victory handed to him, argues EDD STRAW, who reckons the Briton figured out how to play to his strengths at last

The Lewis Hamilton of old might have failed to convert his Monza supremacy into Italian Grand Prix victory.

There have been occasions when Hamilton has not seized control of his own destiny on track, as exemplified in the infamous 2007 Chinese GP, when McLaren left him out too long on shot wet rubber and the world championship was effectively lost as he buried himself in the gravel in the pit-entry.

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