The triple champion, who started the race from a record 69th career pole position, led Finnish team mate Valtteri Bottas to a runaway one-two finish in front of the massed ranks of red-shirted Ferrari fans.



Lewis Hamilton Of Mercedes said “Today the car was fantastic, really a dream to drive so a big thank you to all the fans who came out today, thanks to all and I look forward to coming back here next year.”

Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel, who had led the standings since he won the Australian season-opener in March, finished third and 36.3 seconds behind the winner.

Australian Daniel Ricciardo took fourth place for Red Bull, with Finland’s Kimi Raikkonen fifth in the other Ferrari.

Hamilton is now three points clear of Germany’s Vettel with seven races remaining. The first driver to win two races in a row this season, with Monza following on from Belgium a week ago, Hamilton now leads Vettel 6-4 on victories in 2017.
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