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Hamilton not ruling out season-long winning streak

Four races into an unprecedented winning streak for the Briton, Lewis Hamilton admits he is happy to make critics "eat their words". At the end of 2012, the critics had said the 2008 world champion was crazy to abandon McLaren in order to replace Michael Schumacher at struggling Mercedes. Others said he chased the money or the lifestyle, but "People are so quick to reach their conclusions before they know anything," Hamilton told the Spanish sports newspaper Marca before winning Sunday's grand prix. "When I made the decision (to leave McLaren), I thought that this would be the result." Hamilton said he is referring to Mercedes' success, not the utter dominance...
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