If Hamilton would keep pushing he could easily have a 25+ gap at the end. And keep in mind that he didnt use his "new" engine. That engine is good for another 0.2 seconds a lap.
It was a good fight and i really dont mind RBR finishing second this year, it just doesnt feel right after Silverstone. It would be another story if he didnt crash Max out in England.
The pressure is really high and lets see what will happen at SA. If merc have to change their rear wing, then still RBR is to slow. The rear wing trick gives them maybe in good circumstances and high speed tracks 0.2 maybe 0.3 seconds.
Another thing is Lewis his steering wheel which was moving like the DAS in Brazil, when he was asked he told "the steering wheel was loose" yeah right