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Race Report - Tough Luck

  Unless you were Lewis Hamilton driving the mighty Mercedes it was tough luck for anybody trying to win the Chinese Grand Prix. Starting on the pole for the 34th time in his F1 career, Hamilton blasted into the lead he would never relinquish. At times he was a second a lap faster than any other driver as he went on to win for the third consecutive time - for the first time in his F1 career - well clear of his teammate Nico Rosberg. "The team has done an amazing job and all the hard work both here and at the factory is really paying off at the moment," Hamilton said. "This car is just unbelievable; in the final laps, I was pushing a little bit more to keep up the tire...
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