No, he was able to re-take the lead because he was faster in the wet
He'd caught up 2 seconds in the lap to get on Raikkonen's tail, so was clearly much much faster, was up his backside before the corner, and after being forced off, he let him past, was up his backside again, back where he'd started.
Simple fact is, Murrayfan: Raikkonen failed to finish the race anyway, and had that incident not occured there is no way on earth Hamilton would've finished 3rd.
Hamilton was in the same position before he overtook as he was before the corner: right in Raikkonnen's slipstream.
BTW, if anybody does think there is a conspiracy going on for Ferrari, do they know who Max Mosley's successor is? Jean Todt