“I want to win this thing,” Hamilton told reporters in Suzuka. (AP Photo/Toru Takahashi)
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Lewis Hamilton has promised to hit back in Japan this week following frustration in Malaysia as he looks to close in on a fourth Formula One world title. The Briton had a three-race win streak snapped by Red Bull's Max Verstappen last weekend but still finished second, extending his championship lead over Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel to 34 points with five races left.Hamilton backed Mercedes to deliver in the cooler conditions in Japan but warned there could still be a twist in the title run-in.Reminded that Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff called the car a "bit of a diva" earlier this year, Hamilton likened it to his own often prickly character.
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