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Hamilton keen to continue momentum

Lewis Hamilton says he is keen to continue his positive momentum in Barcelona off the back of three consecutive grand prix victories. Having retired from the season-opening race in Australia, Hamilton has won the last three races in a row; the first time he has been on such a run in his F1 career. After a three-week break since the Chinese Grand Prix, Hamilton says he's already raring to go in Spain next weekend in the hope of extending his winning streak. “It's been good to have a bit of a break between races: for us as drivers and also for the team who have been working flat out for so many weeks,” Hamilton said. “But after three great weekends in Malaysia, Bahrain and China I'm...
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