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Hamilton vows to continue fighting

Lewis Hamilton has vowed to come out fighting during the Austrian Grand Prix later this month, after enduring two frustrating weekends in succession. With the controversy from the controversial qualifying mistake by his team-mate Nico Rosberg in Monaco still fresh on the minds of drivers and spectators alike, Hamilton was forced into his second retirement of the season in Montreal on Sunday. Both Mercedes cars lost power to the MGU-K energy store unit which in turn caused the rear brakes to fail, but while Hamilton was forced to retire due to the problem, Rosberg was able to reach the chequered flag in second position. To further Hamilton's ire, the problems seemed to occur just as he was...
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