Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain walks in the paddock ahead of the Italian F1 Grand Prix in Monza September 3, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
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New father Nico Rosberg has plenty to be happy about right now but Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton intends to be smiling just as much after this weekend's Italian Grand Prix.Sunday's race, at a super-fast track that faces an uncertain future despite its historic status as a temple to Ferrari, could see Hamilton accelerate ever closer to his third Formula One world championship.This time, he arrives on the back of 10 poles in 11 races and six wins to Rosberg's three.If he wins at Monza Sunday for the third time in his career, Hamilton will become the first driver to take successive Italian Grand Prix victories since his compatriot Damon Hill with Williams in 1994 .
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