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Lewis Hamilton Passes F1 Intelligence Test with 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix Win

For someone supposedly too daft to succeed in Formula One in 2014, Lewis Hamilton didn’t do too badly in winning the Malaysian Grand Prix. Ahead of the season, it was thought that the only thing that could deny Hamilton a second world championship title was himself. He had the car. He had the team. He had the structure. But did he have the discipline, the composure, the sense and even the willingness to make the sport’s new regulations work for him? Those regulations, of course, require a driver to pace himself over the course of a race distance, conserving the fuel, eking out the tyres—the type of demands that Hamilton has never seemed truly comfortable with but are tailor-made for Nico Rosberg, his teammate. Even in the ...

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