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Mercedes: Disappointing to see our run of race wins come to an end

Nico Rosberg finished in second place while Lewis Hamilton was forced to retire in an eventful Canadian Grand Prix today. Nico claimed his seventh successive podium finish of the season after a battling drive to second position A high-voltage control electronics failure caused a permanent loss of MGU-K drive for Lewis on lap 36 and Nico on lap 37 Lewis was forced to retire on lap 46 owing to overheating rear brakes Both cars started the race on option (super soft) tyres Nico stopped for prime (soft) tyres on laps 18 and 44, Lewis for the same compound on laps 19 and 45 Nico Rosberg: 'That was a big battle all the way through today! I had a tough start but I was able to defend in the first...
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