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Malaysian GP Report: Petronas Tower

March 30th, 2014 (F1plus/Graham Keilloh).- Today was a day for clarity. The rain stayed away, and thus we got a clear steer of who in F1's vastly changed landscape this year has got it right, and who less so. Given this the Malaysian Grand Prix felt a lot like a portent: the Mercedes was markedly the quickest machine out there, as expected. But of the two Lewis Hamilton was emphatically the one on top, which was less commonly expected. Certainly not to today's extent. It was one of those days wherein one guy had the legs of everyone else, and eveyone knew it. Within a couple of corners pole man Lewis had metres on the rest, who were led by his team mate. At the end of the first tour he was...
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