How Hamilton's fightback ended in more pain

How Hamilton's fightback ended in more pain

For a moment it looked like the Russian Grand Prix might be where Lewis Hamilton started hitting back at Nico Rosberg, but instead his title hopes are now starting to look remote. BEN ANDERSON analyses how Sochi swung

Lap 36 of the 2016 Russian Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton has been revelling in some of his patented 'hammer time'.

He's whittled the gap to race leader Nico Rosberg down from around 13 seconds to just seven and a half. There are 17 laps to run. This isn't over.

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