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Hamilton will bounce back even stronger - Button

Lewis Hamilton's former team-mate Jenson Button believes the Briton will bounce back even stronger after he was beaten in Monaco by Nico Rosberg. The German's victory broke Hamilton's run of four wins, but it went further than that after an incident on Saturday during qualifying and the pair are no longer on talking terms. Hamilton is known for his emotional outbursts, but Button - who's had first hand experience of them - says Hamilton always moves past them quickly and is stronger for it. "I always remember with Lewis that when we had a tussle in a race, or there was an issue between us or with the team, he would have a really bad race and be quite outspoken and quite emotional about...
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