Lewis Hamilton sets sights on overhauling rival Nico Rosberg's F1 Championship lead after 'good day' in Malaysian GP second practice

Lewis Hamilton returned to form and hailed 'a good day' after topping the second practice session for the Malaysian Grand Prix.
The Briton is looking to prevent Mercedes team-mate and world title rival Nico Rosberg claiming a fourth straight victory this weekend.
He made a good start, impressing throughout the day's running, which he finished two tenths quicker than the German.
'That was a good day today,' said Hamilton. 'No issues to report and we got through our run plans in both sessions.
'There's a lot of data to analyse tonight to make sure we have a good understanding of the tyres and... read more

30 September 2016 in Sport, Views: 27
Source: Daily Mail

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