Lewis Hamilton clinched his seventh British GP win in dramatic fashion as the tense final minutes of the race saw him suffer a left-front tyre puncture. This is Hamilton’s third straight victory (after the Styrian GP and Hungarian GP) in the F1 2020 season so far. It also hands him the record for the most victories secured by an F1 driver at a home race, all while having to cross the line on just three wheels.

·         Hamilton hangs on to delaminated left-front tyre to win British GP

·         Bottas’ tyre puncture promotes Verstappen and Leclerc to 2nd and 3rd

·         Hulkenberg unable to start British GP due to power unit issue

Tyre trouble at Silverstone

While the British GP saw two safety car periods, triggered by Kevin Magnussen and Daniil Kvyat’s crashes, out at front it seemed like it would be a fairly straightforward race for…

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