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Lewis Hamilton ( McLaren) controversially passes Kimi Räikkönen ( Scuderia Ferrari) after cutting the previous corner. He was penalised 25 seconds after the race for gaining an illegal advantage, dropping him from first to third.

Date 7 September 2008, 14:26
Source Lewis makes his move
Author Mark McArdle from Canada
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50° 26′ 49.45″ N, 5° 57′ 46.80″ E

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