Hamilton capitalised on a late blunder from his team-mate Nico Rosberg and went on to explain his tenth feat in 2015, in maybe a many sparkling and indeterminate competition of season.
Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel could have kept a pretension competition open until a Mexican Grand Prix subsequent weekend, though he finished third, behind Rosberg.
“This is a biggest impulse of my life,” pronounced an emotional, roughly mute Hamilton on a group radio, after emulating his childhood favourite Ayrton Senna as a three-time universe champion.
The 30-year-old has equalled Sir Jackie Stewart’s British record of 3 universe championships and has spin a initial Briton to win uninterrupted titles, with 3 races still remaining in a season.
Having beaten his team-mate to stick for a third unbroken race, Rosberg would remove out during a start again, with Hamilton removing a quicker launch off a line.
The Briton immediately put himself in a position to win a championship when he forced his team-mate far-reaching after strike during a initial corner.
This would concede a dual Red Bulls of Daniil Kvyat and Daniel Ricciardo, and quickly Force India’s Sergio Perez to pass Rosberg, demoting a German to fifth.
In a sleazy conditions and on a middle tyres a Red Bulls were faster than a Mercedes and Hamilton had to reason off Kvyat for a lead.
Rosberg changed behind adult into second after a Virtual Safety Car, usually for Ricciardo to pass him and afterwards Hamilton to take a lead, with Kvyat dropping to fourth.
Hamilton was afterwards upheld by Rosberg, before finally pitting for sharp tyres.
With a lane drying out, a Red Bulls began to remove gait and a competition would rise into a conflict between a dual Mercedes cars.
Rosberg took control and built adult a 10-second lead over Hamilton.
Even after that advantage was wiped out by a initial of dual late Safety Cars, a second Virtual Safety Car saw Rosberg array for a second time and Hamilton stay out.
It seemed as if Hamilton might have to wait until Mexico to win this third universe title, though there was to be another twist.
Kvyat mislaid control of his Red Bull and strike a barrier, job for another Safety Car.
This authorised Hamilton to array but losing lane position and to conflict Rosberg on uninformed tyres in a final stages of a race.
On path 48 of 56 Rosberg mislaid control of his automobile during a exit of spin 15 permitting Hamilton to retrieve a competition lead and a championship position with it.
Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen was one of 8 cars forced to retire after he strike a barrier, including Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg, who collided with Ricciardo.
Toro Rosso’s 18-year-old Max Verstappen equalled his best ever finish during a Grand Prix in fourth. Jenson Button finished a season-best sixth for McLaren.
Toro Rosso’s Carlos Sainz recovered strongly to finish seventh, a Spaniard started in final after a pile-up in subordinate progressing in a day.
Lotus’s Pastor Maldonado finished eighth, with Sauber’s Felipe Nasr and Ricciardo – who had repairs on his automobile – rounding out a points places.
By George Brooks