Mercedes' British driver Lewis Hamilton (L) and Ferrari's German driver Sebastian Vettel meet whilst signing autographs prior to the Formula One Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai on April 12, 2018. / AFP / Johannes EISELE
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Lewis Hamilton goes for a record sixth Chinese Grand Prix win this week with Mercedes, aiming to bring their "A game" for a quick strike back at unbeaten Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel.Both Vettel and Hamilton are chasing a fifth world championship, but the Englishman has been the most successful driver in the 14-year history of the race at the Shanghai International Circuit with five wins.Valtteri Bottas and Hamilton still managed to take second and third place for Mercedes.Mercedes need to counter the early season pace and form of Vettel, who somehow managed to last 39 laps on severely worn tires in Bahrain to take a 17-point lead in the standings ahead of Hamilton.Hamilton said he apologized to Verstappen Thursday in Shanghai.
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