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- Lewis Hamilton becomes the third man in F1 history to win five world titles
- EDGE: Dream to Win: Lewis Hamilton
It means Hamilton has to finish second if his rival does triumph in tomorrow's final lap battle of a race, eight month long campaign. Finishing runner-up is not a given despite Mercedes' overwhelming superiority and especially with Hamilton's reliability record this year. Hamilton lost a huge chunk of points from car failures in Melbourne and Canada and brake issues in qualifying in Hungary and Germany that affected his grid slots.
And then you have the points he missed out on from the incidents in Monaco and Belgium. Rosberg, in contrast, has had just two issues - the gearbox failure when leading at Silverstone and the electrical glitch in Singapore.
EDGE: Dream to Win: Lewis Hamilton by Roy Apps () | LoveReading4Kids
When they have raced, and well done to Mercedes for allowing their drivers to compete, Hamilton has shown what a natural he is with some ballsy moves. Hamilton's winning streaks of four in a row and then five in succession have taken his season's tally to 10 - double Rosberg's number of wins. When they have both started alongside each other on the front row, Rosberg has beaten his team-mate just twice and one of those was in Monte Carlo.
Hamilton has twice overtaken Rosberg on track to snatch victory while his rival has not yet managed an overtaking move. When Rosberg had the faster car in Bahrain and Spain, he was still unable to pass because of Hamilton's superiority in the cockpit. Despite Hamilton being seen by some as fast but fragile, it is the supposedly super-cool German who has cracked under the pressure.
Lewis Hamilton becomes the third man in F1 history to win five world titles
The only area where Rosberg has surprisingly had the edge over Hamilton this season has been in qualifying where he leads their duel Three-time grand prix winner Johnny Herbert, 50, said: "Lewis has always been regraded as the King of Qualifying as he is super fast. Yet if Rosberg can eke out another pole position this afternoon, it could instil some doubt into Hamilton especially after his error at the last round in Brazil. It was also at Interlagos, remember, when a mistake cost him the title in his rookie season back in Missing out on pole would also leave him prey to fellow drivers nearby on the grid who will have no qualms about ending the season with a bang.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff warned: "If you look at Lewis's career, drama and glory were always very near to each other. I don't know why that is.
Hamilton is not looking for any Sunday evening prime-time drama this time - just glory. Should Hamilton not score any points, Rosberg still must finish no lower than fifth to overturn the point deficit.
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