Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain, back right, takes a selfie with fans during a meet and greet session ahead of the Malaysia Formula One Grand Prix this Sunday in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016. (AP Photo/Vincent Thian)
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Lewis Hamilton said he will give everything at this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix as he looks to bounce back in the Formula One championship after losing his lead to a rampant Nico Rosberg.The triple world champion lies eight points behind his Mercedes team-mate after the increasingly impressive Rosberg powered to a hat-trick of victories in the last three races.The German triumphed in Belgium, Italy and in his 200th grand prix at Singapore 10 days ago where Hamilton, who finished third, was hit by mechanical problems.With six grands prix left, Hamilton knows time is running out in a rollercoaster, 21-race season that has seen the Englishman trail by as many as 43 points at one stage and lead by 19 just three races ago.A wet race would also interest Vettel, as he tries to bridge a 26-point gap to Ricciardo in third place.
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