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Hamilton predicts 'big race' with Red Bull

– Lewis Hamilton says he is expecting a "big race" with rivals Red Bull once the latter's engine partner, Renault, resolves the remaining fundamental issues with its new turbocharged power unit. The works Mercedes team has impressed in the early stages of the campaign, with Nico Rosberg dominating en route to victory at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix and Hamilton leading a one-two finish in Malaysia. But while the team's current pace advantage appears to be significant, Hamilton is certain that Red Bull's RB10 design is fundamentally quick, and says Renault's troubled but improving engine is the only area of deficit. "Sebastian [Vettel] was massively quick...
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