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Reaction round-up: Chinese Grand Prix

The 2014 Chinese Grand Prix was dominated by Mercedes, with Lewis Hamilton storming to victory by almost 20 seconds from his team-mate Nico Rosberg. The Brit was unchallenged from start to finish, although he was accidentally shown the chequered flag one lap early, and put in an almost faultless drive. Rosberg's second place helped his team secure another 1-2, with Fernando Alonso in third. Here is a round-up of the driver’s reactions following the race: Sebastian Vettel 'I moved over for Daniel once I knew that we were on different strategies. When I was first asked, I didn’t understand as we were on the same tyre, unlike in Bahrain, so I double checked. When the team said we were on...
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