Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain steers his car during the qualifying session for Sunday's Malaysian Formula One Grand Prix at Sepang International Circuit in Sepang, Malaysia, Saturday, March 29, 2014. (AP Photo/Lai Seng Sin)
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Mercedes march on but Red Bull closing inWith two wins from two races under their belt in the new Formula One season, Mercedes are powering confidently toward another speedster's paradise in Bahrain this week, albeit with a watchful eye on fast improving rivals Red Bull.The German Red Bull driver fell behind Rosberg before the first corner on race day in Malaysia but managed to push his compatriot for long periods before the gap widened in the final stages of the 56-lap race.Rosberg leads the drivers' championship on 43 points, ahead of Hamilton (25) and Ferrari's Fernando Alonso (24).For that reason, Hamilton knew it was vital to take advantage before the pack inevitably caught up, much like Jenson Button did en route to winning the 2009 championship with Brawn when his six race victories came in the first seven races.
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