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Wolff backs 'fighter' Lewis

Mercedes team chief Toto Wolff has backed 'fighter' Lewis Hamilton to hit back in his battle for the World Championship with Nico Rosberg following the disappointment of his second retirement of the season in Canada.Just two races after wiping out Rosberg's early-season points advantage to return to the summit of the Drivers' Championship for the first time in two years, Hamilton heads into next week's Austrian GP 22 points adrift of his team-mate after the dramatic events of Montreal where, only seconds after passing the sister W05, the Briton was forced to retire after an MGU-K failure caused his brakes to terminally overheat.In contrast, Rosberg has a 100 per cent finishing...
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