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MONZA, Italy - LEWIS Hamilton, pictured, was in defiant mood after a crash on the final lap of yesterday's Italian Grand Prix extinguished any hopes of retaining his world title.
Last year's champion was third behind Rubens Barrichello and Jenson Button when he caught the curve at the first Lesmo corner and hit the wall at the second.
"People make mistakes, these things happen," the McLaren driver, who started on pole but slipped back because of a two-stop strategy, said.
Rather than easing off with a podium place secured, the Briton was still racing at full pelt on the final bends in the hope the two Brawns would make a mistake.
Hamilton lost control but he refused to be too self-critical. - Reuters