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Hamilton: Massively proud with first victory for United States Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton says that he is massively proud with primary victory for United States Grand Prix at Circuit of The Americas.

Also he pleased with beat Red Bull and Sebastian Vettel, but admitted that it was a tough challenge, Hamilton steadily improved lap-by-lap in first session of the race.

Lewis Hamilton set his 21st career victory and fourth victory of the season, now he is fourth in the drivers’ championship. One race left over him with McLaren family after a long term contract.

“What a great feeling to win the first grand prix back here in the States, so I am massively proud, It has been a great weekend,” Hamilton said.

“To be able to beat Red Bull and Sebastian [Vettel] is definitely a tough challenge but we managed to do it. We were not so bad in the first stint but it was very difficult to follow and get past.

The Brit added “My tyres went off and then we pitted two laps before Seb and he came out quite far ahead, but traffic worked out quite well for once. Traffic usually catches me out, so I was glad it worked slightly in my favour.”


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