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Wolff apologises to Hamilton

Toto Wolff admitted the Mercedes team was "sorry to have let Lewis [Hamilton] down" after the Briton was forced to retire from Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix. With Nico Rosberg just in front of his Mercedes team made at the halfway stage of the race on Montreal, both cars picked up a problem with their rear brakes, but while Rosberg was able to guide his W05 to second place, Hamilton was forced to retire. The result means Rosberg now leads the Drivers' Championship by 22 points from his team-mate. Wolff added that the team was ultimately disappointed with the result, but played down suggestions that it was a crucial result with respect to the destiny of the Drivers' title....
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