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Lewis Hamilton Q&A: All our hard work paid off

Lewis Hamilton’s disappointment at retiring from the first Grand Prix of the season in Australia was tempered by the fact that he knew the Mercedes F1 W05 was capable of winning races. And so it proved in Malaysia on Sunday as the 2008 world champion raced to a dominant victory. Afterwards he explained what his first win of the season meant to him…Q: Lewis, you walk away from Malaysia with the win in - the second consecutive Mercedes victory of the season. How does that feel?Lewis Hamilton: It was pretty special to win this race. In the past I’ve always had a difficult time here in Malaysia. It was never that the pace was not there - it simply never went my way. So today:...
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