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Hamilton: Montreal less frustrating than Monaco

Lewis Hamilton says his retirement from the Canadian Grand Prix was less frustrating than finishing second in Monaco. There was tension between the two Mercedes drivers in Monte Carlo after Nico Rosberg's mistake in qualifying, with Hamilton still unhappy about the situation after the race. However, with the two drivers having since cleared the air Hamilton said losing 18 points to his team-mate was less frustrating as it was due to an issue out of his hands. "It's actually less frustrating than the last race, and I don't know why,” Hamilton said. “It is just less frustrating … I know I did the best job I could, I finally got into the lead, but there was nothing I could do about...
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