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Podium interviews Three consecutive for Lewis Hamilton – how about that? Great stuff, Lewis. That looked, from where we were sitting, incredibly easy. How was it for you? Lewis Hamilton: Ni hao. The fans have been incredible this week, so I really felt a lot of energy but I really couldn't do this without all the hard work from the team, it's incredible. Honestly, I just can't believe how amazing the car is, and how hard everyone has worked. The results we're getting is a real true showing of all the hard work. Absolutely incredible. You were radioing in and saying 'my tyres feel good' and everybody else was screaming to come into the pits. The first stint was just beautiful for you. LH:...
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