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Hamilton eyes best chance for Malaysian win

SEPANG, Malaysia, March 27, 2014 (AFP) - Lewis Hamilton Thursday said he may have his best chance yet to finally win the Malaysian Grand Prix despite a disappointing mechanical flop in Australia which left him trailing in the standings. Hamilton said his Mercedes, which took him to pole position at the Formula One season-opener but then lasted just a few laps of the race, was the strongest he had brought to tropical Malaysia's Sepang circuit. "I've had some good results here but obviously I haven't won here. So that's been the challenge every time I come," said Hamilton, who was second in 2007 and finished third last year and the year before....
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