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'Comfortable in W05 again'

Lewis Hamilton says it was important he got back behind the wheel quickly after feeling uncomfortable in the car during Sunday's Spanish GP. The Mercedes driver qualified on pole and won the race at the Circuit de Catalunya, but told the team during Saturday's session that the changes they had made overnight had made the car worse since the Friday practice. Hamilton also dismissed speculation his presence in Barcelona when other teams were using test drivers showed how seriously he was taking this season. "No, it is my job to be here and testing is an important for the team to get through some things and also to get back into the car after last weekend when I was really uncomfortable...
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