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Mercedes: Canada was a good wake up call

The Canadian GP got off to a good start for Mercedes The Canadian Grand Prix was a spanner in the works for Mercedes' otherwise flawless and dominant 2014 Formula 1 world championship campaign. Until both Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton struck technical trouble aboard their silver W05s in Montreal, they had shared a total clean-sweep of one-two victories this year. 'You quickly get used to winning,' team boss Toto Wolff told Spanish reporters at the team's Brackley headquarters this week. 'I never thought, unless there was a collision, that we could not finish a race even with one driver. But in Montreal it was about to happen. It was a good wake-up call.' The most immediate problem for...
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