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Hamilton sees positive step, but Red Bull leading

Sir Lewis Hamilton believes Mercedes have improved since pre-season testing, but feels Red Bull are still leading the pack. Mercedes came away from pre-season testing with concerns over the W12, a 'little diva' that was proving very difficult to control thanks to a lack of stability. And although Hamilton is still searching for better stability, an issue brought about by the new aerodynamic regulations, he agreed with the general consensus after FP1 and FP2 in Bahrain that Mercedes have taken a step forward since testing. 'I definitely do,' he told Sky F1. 'Coming into this weekend we've done a lot of work over the past week, and I think we have taken a step forward, but we still have more...
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