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Flying Mercedes' only worry is complacency

Mercedes worried only about becoming complacent on Sunday as they celebrated two wins in two races and a first one-two finish since 1955 in their title sponsor's home Malaysian Formula One Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton claimed a pole-to-flag victory in Malaysia, and made sure of the fastest lap as well, ahead of teammate Nico Rosberg - the winner of the season-opener in Australia two weeks ago. That put Mercedes on top of the constructors standings with 68 points, 25 clear of the McLaren team who use the same engine. While there were no doubts about the car's pace, there had been issues about reliability after Hamilton was forced to retire after three laps in Melbourne. In the event, both...
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