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Mercedes sure Canada glitch a one-off

– Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff is confident that the power unit glitch drivers Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton suffered during the Canadian Grand Prix has been resolved, following post-race investigations.Having held a comfortable one-two in the early stages of the race, both men suffered a loss of MGU-K drive after an electronics failure, greatly reducing their straight line speed and allowing the chasing pack to catch up.While Hamilton retired with a separate brake issue, Rosberg was unable to hold on to the lead of the race, with Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo finding a way past on the penultimate lap en route to his maiden Formula 1 victory."Canada was a weekend of mixed...
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