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Lewis Hamilton: “I just have to race my heart out again”

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Hamilton will be in want of an additional indict during the field on Sunday – his second in the space of a week – after qualifying only 20th for the Malaysian GP. The 2008 Champion chosen to stay in the pits as the track dehydrated in qualifying, only to be wedged out by a sudden heavy shower.

Last race in Australian run mistakenly to start 11th position, Hamilton will set off from 9 places more down the grid at Sepang, sense the car which was fastest in both Friday practice sessions will begins its race from the back half of Row Ten.

I wouldn’t have done anything differently, he speak to BBC. Lesson learned again, what I can say…so we’re just unlucky – lots of yellow flags and then it started to rain more, so one of those things.I’ve been fastest all weekend but what can you do, you just have to shrug it off. So tomorrow I just have to race my heart out again.

With his team-mate Jenson Button 17th and the Ferraris of Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa sandwiching himself, four of the field’s fastest cars will be coming from the back of the grid on Sunday. I’m not just focused on them, I’m focused on everybody in the same way, and Lewis speaks. I’m sure we’ll have mixed situation so we’ll just have to do the best job we can.

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