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China 2007: Rivals gain from Hamilton crisis.

The top two, however, had the most to celebrate, having closed to within seven and four points of Hamilton with one race to go. Interlagos will still see Hamilton start as favourite for the crown, but the pressure on him and McLaren will be greater still than it was in China.


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