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Hamilton pleased after positive start

Mercedes AMG Petronas Lewis Hamilton says that the first day of practice for the Australian Grand Prix was positive, despite missing out on a session due to a sensor calibration issue. Hamilton stopped out on track on his installation lap in the first session but set the quickest time in the second of the day's 90 minute sessions. "It really was a day of two halves today," he said. "While it was disappointing to not get any track time this morning, these little hiccups are going to happen with the new cars and we'll have to get used to that. It felt like I was on the back foot from there but then we got up to pace quite quickly in P2 and found the balance relatively fast....
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