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Lewis Hamilton: Plenty for us to improve on

Australian Grand Prix – Mercedes AMG's Lewis Hamilton says that despite a dominant showing in practice, there's still plenty of time to be found from his W10. Lewis Hamilton topped both practice sessions in Melbourne on Friday. With the track exceptionally green and slippery at the start of the weekend, the pace was initially quite slow. But, as cars went round throughout the opening hour, grip levels improved and the usual contenders started to rise to the top of the times. Along with the Ferraris, Hamilton improved to eventually finish the first practice session at the front, just a smidge ahead of expected title rival Sebastian Vettel. However, all eyes were on the second practice...
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