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Hamilton: I couldn't believe my car stopped and the other didn't

Lewis Hamilton retires from the race Lewis Hamilton cast aside his disappointment after being forced to retire from Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix and pledged to bounce back with another run of wins to regain the lead in this year's championship. 'I have fallen behind before and I caught up, so I will just have to do it all over again,' he said, after a non-finish at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, normally one of his favourite venues, left him 22 points behind Mercedes team-mate German Nico Rosberg. After seven of this year's 19 races, Rosberg has collected two wins to Hamilton's four, but the 29-year-old Briton's two non-finishes have cost him dearly. 'Naturally, for the team, I don't want...
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