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Wolff: Hamilton will come back stronger than ever

Mercedes executive director (business) Toto Wolff says Lewis Hamilton will come back stronger than ever at the next round of the 2014 Formula 1 season in Austria, following the Brit's retirement in Canada. The 2008 world champion failed to reach the chequered flag due to complete rear brake failure, caused by a problem with the MGU-K. He is now 22 points behind Nico Rosberg – who suffered a similar issue but managed to finish second – in the drivers' championship. Despite dropping further behind his team-mate in the standings, Wolff believes Hamilton will bounce back. 'Obviously, Nico now holds an increased gap at the top of the Championship, but Lewis is a fighter and I have...
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