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Hill: Hamilton could be 'impossible to beat'

Lewis Hamilton could be 'impossible to beat' over the remainder of the 2014 season, according to 1996 Formula 1 world champion Damon Hill. The Mercedes driver has won four of the opening five races and snatched the championship lead from his team-mate Nico Rosberg at the last round in Spain. The Brit's season got off to a difficult start after he retired from the Australian Grand Prix with an engine issue. However, he then took a dominant victory in Malaysia, before holding off his team-mate to take a thrilling win in Bahrain. Another first place in China was followed by a close victory over Rosberg at last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix. Hill thinks Hamilton has another level to hit in 2014...
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