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Lewis did take the win, as it was presented to him. Seb had done a great job of managing the gap and during the first stint was able to coax Lewis into wasting his tires. Seb had done exactly the same thing in the second stint until the cucumber boy decided to intervene... I suspect Seb would have continued to tantalize Lewis as he had done in the first half of the race, until he ruined his tires. Unfortunately the coverage in the US decided to focus on the back markers so we have no idea about the next 4 or 5 laps and what happened such that Lewis was able to stay clear of Seb and the DRS. For me though, Massa had the best drive of the race.