Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 Team's British driver Lewis Hamilton drives during the third practice session at the Sakhir circuit in Manama on April 2, 2016 ahead of the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix. AFP PHOTO / MOHAMMED AL-SHAIKH
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Lewis Hamilton produced what he called a "sexy, sexy lap" on Saturday to snatch pole position away from his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg at the Bahrain Grand Prix, with a margin of just under eight hundredths of a second.Rosberg, who won the season-opening race in Australia and the final three races of last season, had bettered Hamilton's time in each of the three practice sessions in Bahrain, only for that run to end when it mattered most.Hamilton remained anxious about the start to Sunday's race, fearing it was unlikely the team had been able to come up with a way to improve on the relatively poor start both cars had in Australia.
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