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Plenty of work to be done - Hamilton

Hamilton got back into the W05 on Friday afternoon Getty Images Enlarge Lewis Hamilton admits there is still work to do despite leaving Jerez with their heads held high after accumulating more laps than any other team. On Friday Hamilton and Nico Rosberg racked up 132 laps, bringing Mercedes' total for the week up to 309 overall. Despite not topping the time sheets in any session as of yet, the fact Mercedes has shown such reliability will give the team plenty of data ahead of Bahrain and is perhaps the most notable achievement of any team throughout the week. Hamilton was full of optimism after the first week but admits there is still plenty of work to do to improve the car so that it...
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