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Hamilton targets back-to-back wins

After failing to finish in Australia, Lewis Hamilton believes his victory in Malaysia last week will 'kick-start' his season. Although Mercedes were in dominant form throughout pre-season testing and the season-opener in Australia, where Hamilton qualified on pole, he was forced to retire early in the race and watched on as his team-mate Nico Rosberg claimed the victory at Albert Park. Hamilton responded well to that setback and led the Malaysian Grand Prix last week from start to finish, while Rosberg finished a distant second. Speaking to crash.net ahead of this week's Bahrain Grand Prix, Hamilton noted that his victory last week had given him the confident he needed, even though he is...
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