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Canadian GP Preview: Who else but Hamilton?

After the glitz and glamour of Monaco on the Mediterranean, Formula One packs its bags and jets off across the Atlantic for its first visit to North America of the year, for the running of the 51st Canadian Grand Prix, held at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.  The circuit, set around the park of the Ile Notre-Dame island situated in the St Lawrence River, and bearing the name of Canada’s most adored motor racing son, Gilles Villeneuve, will play host to round seven of the 2014 Formula One season, a season in which Mercedes have swept the board in terms of both poles and wins, with six out of six in both tallies. As has been the case for the majority of the year, all eyes will be cast...
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