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Hamilton targets Monaco victory

Lewis Hamilton admitted that his run of four consecutive victories has come as a bit of a surprise, but added that he feels he should be in a more dominant position on the Drivers' Championship standings. Even though Hamilton won in Malaysia, Bahrain, China and Spain, Rosberg finished in second place in each of those four countries. Add to that the German's win in Australia where Hamilton retired early, the Briton's advantage over his team-mate is a paltry three points. "It's still encouraging that I won [in Spain]," Hamilton told Autosport. "As in Bahrain I felt massively good after that, but I know what I've got and I feel it shouldn't have been that close....
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