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Lewis Hamilton’s Bad Luck Continues in 2016 Chinese Grand Prix Qualifying

Nico Rosberg may have won the opening two races of the 2016 Formula One season, establishing an early 17-point lead in the drivers' standings, but Lewis Hamilton was reluctant to reach for any panic buttons in the immediate aftermath of the Bahrain Grand Prix. For the second race in succession, he had been condemned to damage-limitation mode at the very first corner after another poor start left him unable to capitalise on pole position and vulnerable to those behind, and a collision with Williams' Valtteri Bottas ultimately forced him to settle for third. But although his Mercedes team-mate had extended his career-best winning streak to five races, growing in confidence all the while, Hamilton—at the beginning of what, with 21 grands...

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