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Wolff sure Hamilton will get back in title fight

Sutton Images Enlarge Mercedes boss Toto Wolff believes Lewis Hamilton will haul himself back into the title fight with team-mate Nico Rosberg and the drivers' championship will ultimately be decided at the final race in Abu Dhabi. Hamilton retired from the Canadian Grand Prix with rear brake failure after his MGU-K overheated and failed. Rosberg experienced the same problem at the same moment of the race, but was able to nurse his Mercedes to the finish to take second place and a 22-point lead in the drivers' standings. "We are sorry to have let Lewis down and it's a shame when the championship is as close as it is," Wolff said. "But he is in good spirits, he is a fighter...
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