Hamilton: “Incredibly happy, it’s my eighth year here and finally I got that win.” (REUTERS/Samsul Said)
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Britain's Lewis Hamilton won the Malaysian Grand Prix with a pole-to-flag victory ahead of Nico Rosberg Sunday in a first Mercedes one-two since they returned to Formula One as a works team in 2010 .Rosberg, who won the season opener in Australia two weeks ago, started in third place but squeezed past quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel into the first corner and was able to keep Red Bull at bay and stay top of the driver standings.Rosberg almost touched the wall as he took Vettel at the start and struggled to manage his rear tires in the early stages as the two Germans stayed close before the Mercedes driver pulled away over the closing laps.Vettel finished third, 7.2 seconds behind Rosberg, for his first points of the season following an early retirement in Australia as he struggled to make an impact on the Mercedes pair without the rain that helped his qualifying bid Saturday.
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