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More to come from Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton says there is more to come from both himself and his car as he looks to strengthen his drivers' championship lead. Victory in the Spanish Grand Prix saw Hamilton move ahead of his team-mate Nico Rosberg in the standings for the first time this season, with the Barcelona win being his fourth in a row. However, after the race in Spain Hamilton said he still had areas he needed to work on, and asked by Crash.net in Monaco if that was specific to the car or driver, Hamilton said there was room for improvement from both. “There's more to come from me and there's more to come from the car together,” Hamilton said. "There is more I can extract from the car, and just in...
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