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F1 NATION: Hamilton’s heroic home run and McLaren’s missed opportunity – it’s our British Grand Prix review

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Lewis Hamilton claimed a record ninth Silverstone victory with a stunning performance during Sunday’s dry-wet-dry British Grand Prix, beating Max Verstappen and Lando Norris to the chequered flag amid a tense finale.

With the seven-time world champion left crying tears of joy, the F1 Nation crew assembled in the paddock to discuss the importance of Hamilton’s latest win, what it means to him and Mercedes, and just how he managed to do it.

HIGHLIGHTS: Hamilton claims victory over Verstappen and Norris in wet/dry Silverstone classic

Tom Clarkson, Sky Sports F1’s Natalie Pinkham and former F1 driver turned Grand Prix Drivers’ Association Chairman Alex Wurz break down the race from start to finish, including how victory slipped away from McLaren.

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While Verstappen had to settle for the runner-up spot, was it one of his best drives of the season? How will George Russell feel after going from the race lead to retirement? And what will Hamilton be thinking about his future team Ferrari’s recent downturn in performance?

There’s also time to praise a brilliant drive from Haas’s Nico Hulkenberg, look ahead to a potentially pivotal week for Red Bull’s Sergio Perez, and hear the teaser for the upcoming Apple Original Films movie ‘F1’, starring Brad Pitt.

MONDAY MORNING DEBRIEF: ‘We threw it away’ – How McLaren’s calls paved the way for Hamilton’s historic Silverstone win

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