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Hamilton makes it three - Chinese GP review

Mercedes AMG Petronas After the thrills of Bahrain it’s fair to say that the 2014 edition of the Chinese Grand Prix wasn’t a stunner. But the net result was the same – an emphatic victory for Mercedes with their rivals left scrounging to collect the scraps. For Lewis Hamilton the word ‘controlled’ comes to mind. Two weeks ago in Bahrain the Brit had to place his car perfectly in order to repel the advances of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg. In China, Hamilton claimed his third pole position of the year – oddly, all in the wet – before romping away at the start, never to be seen again. There was a minor error - he ran wide down into turn six before his first stop - but 2014...
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