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Hamilton hoping for more opposition in Monaco

Lewis Hamilton has admitted that he is hoping that Red Bull Racing and Ferrari get their act together before too long, starting with next weekend's Monaco Grand Prix. The two F1 giants have been feeding off scraps so far in 2014, as Hamilton's Mercedes team dominated the first five races. The Briton has remained unbeaten in the last four outings, with team-mate Nico Rosberg picking up the season-opener in Australia, but is looking for the opposition to make more of a fight of it for the rest of the year. With only Rosberg running him close of late – the German could conceivably have won both Bahrain and Spain in the past few weeks – Hamilton only took over at the top of the...
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