How Hamilton dominated Rosberg

How Hamilton dominated Rosberg

Nico Rosberg left Silverstone with his championship lead down to one point, yet the most ominous aspect for his title bid wasn't the post-race penalty but just how unstoppable Lewis Hamilton looked on home ground

The 2016 British Grand Prix couldn't really have gone any better for Lewis Hamilton. After all the travails of the early part of his campaign - the unreliable car, the haemorrhaging of points to chief rival Nico Rosberg, the tension within the Mercedes Formula 1 team caused by repeated collisions with his team-mate - now it must finally feel as though the tide of this season has turned.

Hamilton was in sublime form at Silverstone - topping every session before achieving the crowning glory of a fourth British GP victory, tying him with Nigel Mansell on the race's all-time winners' list, behind only Jim Clark and Alain Prost.

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