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Hamilton 'never expected' four in a row

Mercedes AMG Petronas World championship leader Lewis Hamilton says he never expected to win four successive Formula 1 races for the first time in his career. Hamilton has led four Mercedes 1-2s in consecutive events and now leads the title race, three points ahead of team-mate Nico Rosberg. "The last few races have been just incredible," said Hamilton, who won races in Malaysia, Bahrain, China and Spain. "I honestly never expected [that] I'd win four consecutive Grands Prix in my career and I'd love to continue that run here. "I've had some work to do in terms of getting the car exactly as I want it after the weekend in Spain: it was so close between our cars at the...
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