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Lewis Hamilton believes he can return to form with victory for McLaren in Hungary this weekend.

Formula One’s rookie star finished a disappointing ninth in Germany last time out - the first time he has not appeared on the podium in his remarkable fledgling top-flight career - but team-mate Fernando Alonso still went on to claim victory.

Hamilton now has just a two-point lead at the top of the drivers’ standings with seven grands prix remaining and the 22-year-old has his sights set on victory at the Hungaroring. „We have as good a chance as anyone at the race,” said Hamilton. „We have a great car, and it is important that I go with a clear mind and the same approach as normal. (clubcall.com)

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