David Coulthard column: Lewis Hamilton and flipside of brilliance

Lewis Hamilton drove the Hungarian Grand Prix like he was having some kind of out-of-body experience. It is not the first time this has happened to the world champion, who finished sixth after an error-strewn drive. During a very up-and-down season in 2011, he was always bumping into Felipe Massa’s Ferrari. But then the wheels occasionally come off the wagon for all great drivers. Ayrton Senna tripped over a backmarker when on his way to victory in Italy in 1988 and deliberately took out Alain Prost at Suzuka in 1990. Michael Schumacher had his red-mist moments, too, when his […]

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