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Wolff expects Hamilton to come back stronger

Toto Wolff says he expects Lewis Hamilton to come back even stronger from the disappointment of the Canadian Grand Prix. Hamilton heads in to next weekend's Austrian Grand Prix 22 points behind team-mate Nico Rosberg having retired from the race in Montreal while Rosberg finished second. Wolff has urged Mercedes not to be too disheartened by the MGU-K failures which hurt both drivers in the race having once again been dominant up until that point, and says it was just misfortune that Hamilton was the driver who had to retire his car. “Canada was a weekend of mixed emotions,” Wolff said. “On the one side, we had strong pace throughout the weekend. On the other, a small glitch in what...
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