How "demons" showcased Hamilton's humanity to F1

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Barely an hour after he sealed his sixth Formula 1 world title with second place in the US Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton faced the media for his champion's press conference. In doing so, he revealed his compassionate side perhaps more so than ever before

In his most triumphant hour, confronted with the enormity of his latest achievement for the first time, Lewis Hamilton was in a reflective mood.

The newly confirmed six-time Formula 1 world champion has seemed immortal at times during what he considers his best season so far. But Hamilton has rarely looked as human, and seemed as vulnerable, as when he sat down to give a champion's address barely an hour after wrapping up his latest title.

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