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Hamilton: 'Rosberg will be quicker at some races'

Lewis Hamilton fully expects Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg to have the upper-hand at certain races this season. The Britain is therefore focusing his efforts on improving at those circuits he believes he will be weaker at than his German counterpart. Whilst Hamilton has won the last three races, and could have potentially taken victory in Australia after securing pole had it not been for reliability issues, he's aware that Rosberg is stronger at some venues. "Nico is driving really well, he's pushing me very hard and keeping me on my toes," the 29-year-old is quoted as saying. "We're going to see from race to race, there are going to be times when he's going to be quicker...
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