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By Jayme Monsanto, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO - It hasn't been a good year for Lewis Hamilton. After a brilliant season in 2008, which granted him the World Championship, the McLaren driver couldn't win a single race in 2009 - until now.

Last Sunday, July 26, the Englishman finally ended the nine month and one week drought by winning the Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest.

The current World Champion's comeback was overshadowed, however, by the life-threatening accident suffered by Brazilian driver Felipe Massa at Saturday's qualifying race. The Ferrari racer was hit on his helmet by . . .

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