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The race was dominated, however, by the fight between championship protagonists Michael Schumacher (Benetton) and Damon Hill (Williams). Hill, who started from pole position, retained his lead during the opening stages of the race whilst Schumacher, who started alongside him on the grid, fell behind Alesi in the run to the first corner. Despite being held up behind the slower Ferrari until it pitted, Schumacher used a more favourable one-stop strategy to move ahead of Hill, who made two pit stops for fuel and tyres, on lap 41. Four laps later, Hill attempted to pass Schumacher, but the two collided and were forced to retire from the race. This promoted the battling Herbert and Coulthard into the fight for the lead. Coulthard passed Herbert, but dropped back to third after incurring a stop-go penalty for speeding in the pit lane.
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