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Qualifying Analysis: High speed, heavy braking and unstable rear ends

The spectacle that we witnessed at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve that was qualifying showed that it was not just about the warring pair of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg from Mercedes at the head of the field. Rosberg may have got the edge ahead of his British team-mate for tomorrow’s race, but that was not the major reason for celebrating what could have been business as usual to an extent. Alex Goldschmidt investigates. Everyone in the field, with the notable exception of Sauber’s Esteban Gutierrez, had a job this afternoon their hands to push their V6 power unit-propelled weapons of choice around the 4.361-km track to the limit, but some did find out to their detriment just how bad...
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