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Reliability issue won't happen again - Mercedes

Mercedes believe they have understood exactly what went wrong with their power unit in Canada which led to one car retiring and the other running at reduced performance. Lewis Hamilton retired from the lead after suffering the exact same problem as team-mate Nico Rosberg on the same lap, whilst the German managed to cling on to second. Executive director Paddy Lowe says it was unfortunate for Hamilton to have lost out on two potential victories through no fault of his own, but is confident the same thing won't happen again. "We saw an extraordinary drive from Nico to salvage second place with malfunctioning machinery, but it was extremely unfortunate for Lewis that we were unable to...
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