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Hamilton has been faster than Rosberg - Coulthard

Lewis Hamilton shouldn't worry too much about the 22 point gap Nico Rosberg now has, although difficult to overcome, the Briton has been consistently quicker than his team-mate according to David Coulthard. The former F1 driver believes Hamilton has shown himself to be a stronger driver than Rosberg, despite missing out on victory in Monaco and now Canada. Two of Hamilton's four victories this season have come in dominant fashion, whilst none of Rosberg's have excluding Australia where Hamilton retired early in the race. His second retirement was costly given he was ahead of the German at the time, but it's not an insurmountable advantage. "Hamilton's retirement has given him a lot of...
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