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Hamilton ups the ante on Day 3

Lewis Hamilton posted the quickest time of the week in Bahrain today as Mercedes powered teams continue to lead the way.For the third successive day, Mercedes powered cars filled three of the top four spots at the top of the timesheets as the German manufacturer establishes itself as the benchmark in terms of pace and reliability. Between them the four Mercedes powered teams completed 342 laps (1,150 miles), compared to 209 laps (702 miles) for the Renault powered teams and 144 laps (484 miles) for the Ferrari teams.Over the course of the three days in Bahrain thus far, the Mercedes powered teams have completed 886 laps compared with 505 (Lotus) and 462 for the (three) Ferrari teams.The...
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