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Hamilton 'never expected' to win four consecutive races

Lewis Hamilton has admitted that he 'never' expected to win four consecutive races in his Formula 1 career. The Brit is looking to make it five victories in a row at next weekend's Monaco Grand Prix, after winning every race since his retirement from the 2014 season opener in Australia due to an engine problem. He now leads the drivers' championship after snatching the top spot from his team-mate Nico Rosberg at the last race in Spain. Hamilton has a mixed record around the streets of Monte Carlo. He finished second in his first F1 race at the circuit, before winning the iconic event in 2008. He hasn't returned to the Monaco Grand Prix podium since, but certainly has a great chance to...
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