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I will learn from mistakes - Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton says he will learn from the errors that cost him victory in the Austrian Grand Prix. The Briton is 29 points behind Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg after finishing second to him at the Red Bull Ring. Hamilton blew a chance to start on pole position with two errors in qualifying but fought up from ninth on the grid. 'There are a lot of positives to take. I had a lot of pace. I didn't capitalise on it. I'll take it into the next race and make sure I do,' he said. 'I'm always learning lessons but it's also good to remember the points I have lost by not finishing. 'I'm 29 points behind. haven't finished as many races as I would have liked and there's a long way to go.' Hamilton...
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