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Hamilton vows to study hard

As the battle between the Mercedes drivers heats up, Lewis Hamilton has vowed to study up on Nico Rosberg in order to stay ahead. Hamilton claimed the victory ahead of his team-mate in Bahrain on Sunday night but it was a sharp contract to the previous race in Malaysia in which he went unchallenged. This time around, Rosberg fought Hamilton wheel to wheel on several occasions as the Brit was unable to shake his team-mate. Hamilton later revealed that Rosberg closed the gap with a bit of help from some studies on Hamilton with the 2008 World Champion saying he will now adopt the same strategy. "Someone in the team did a huge study on my pace in Malaysia, and as we arrived in Bahrain...
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