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Just like Mark Webber, Lewis Hamilton was in the right mental place to take advantage of a competitive opportunity in Hungary.
If you have the British Grand Prix report issue of AUTOSPORT to hand, open it up to pages 32-33 and take a look at the two shots of Mark Webber: one post-qualifying when he's just lost out on pole position; the other on the podium after finishing second to his team-mate.
Each picture is a study in frustrated competitive will and you can almost see the whirring cogs of thought amid the disappointment. He'd come into the Silverstone weekend on a mission, knowing how crucial it was to get the upper hand over Sebastian Vettel as they each got their hands on what looked like being Formula 1's fastest car. And he'd failed.
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