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Lewis Hamilton Q&A: Rosberg pole no surprise

Lewis Hamilton had arguably been favourite to claim pole position in Bahrain, but lost out by a quarter of a second to Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg.Hamilton insisted the German's performance was no surprise however, and says he will need to work hard overnight to overhaul Rosberg's advantage ahead of the third Grand Prix of the season.Q: Lewis, you were fastest in all three practice sessions but lost out to your team mate in qualifying. Does this upset you?Lewis Hamilton: No, this is okay. I am happy for Nico, as he has worked hard all weekend long, and he just did a better job today. It seems that he has felt more and more comfortable in the car as we have gone through the weekend, and...
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