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Mercedes confident it has solved Canada issue

The MGU-K issue resulted in retirement for Lewis Hamilton when his rear brakes failed Getty Images Enlarge Mercedes is confident it will not experience a repeat of the problem that forced Lewis Hamilton to retire from the Canadian Grand Prix next weekend in Austria. Both Mercedes cars experienced a failure of the MGU-K energy recovery system when its control electronics overheated, leading to reduced pace for Nico Rosberg and a rear brake failure for Lewis Hamilton. Rosberg managed to nurse his car home, despite losing a significant amount of rear braking capability and a loss of roughly 160bhp in power, but for the first time this season a car other than a Mercedes won the race....
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