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Hamilton eyeing power unit advantage

Lewis Hamilton hopes the mileage saved on his power unit in Australia will help him at the Malaysian Grand Prix.Mercedes was once again strong during practice for the race at Sepang on Friday, with Hamilton quickest in the first session and team-mate Nico Rosberg fastest in FP2. Hamilton retired early on from the Australian Grand Prix but is using the same power unit this weekend in Malaysia and he said he was hopeful it would provide him with a slight advantage.“It saves us a few points and the grid penalty we will perhaps get a little bit further along the way,” Hamilton said. “It's good, I'm glad that I also have that less mileage on the engine so hopefully I can push it a little...
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