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Despite a number of impressive British Grand Prix performances, no driver achieved a perfect 10 in our ratings - though one midfielder, who didn't score a point, came close.
Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1, 1st position, celebrates
Photo by: Gareth Harford / Sutton Images
Hamilton struggled at times during practice and qualifying, particularly with his approach to Brooklands, but came within six thousandths of nicking pole with his stunning pace through the last sector. He committed to the one-stopper from the start and executed it brilliantly, with his pace so good he set fastest lap on 32-lap old hards.
VERDICT: Not at his best in qualifying, but on top form on Sunday and given his pace advantage would likely have beaten Bottas regardless of the safety car.
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