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Mercedes set the pace with two wins from two races but Red Bull are closing the gap

Mercedes set the pace with two wins from two races but Red Bull are closing the gap 1 April, 2014 With two wins from two races under their belt in the new Formula 1  season, Mercedes are powering confidently toward another speedster's paradise in Bahrain this week, albeit with a watchful eye on fast improving rivals Red Bull. Lewis Hamilton's pole-to-flag victory on Sunday ahead of team mate Nico Rosberg looked comfortable in the scorching Sepang sunshine, but quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel had managed to split the pair in a wet qualifying session. The German Red Bull driver fell behind Rosberg before the first corner on race day in Malaysia but managed to push his compatriot...
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