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Mercedes puts significant effort into avoiding Montreal repeat

Mercedes has been working hard between races to ensure that there is no repeat of the power unit problem that affected both of its cars in the Canadian Grand Prix. While Nico Rosberg defended resolutely before finishing as runner-up in Montreal, team-mate and title rival Lewis Hamilton was forced to accept his second DNF of the season, undoing all the work his four successive wins had achieved in making up the points deficit he faced after Melbourne and leaving him 22 points adrift of the German as the series returns to Europe. Although the problem – which was caused by overheating electrics shutting down the MGU-K on both cars – allowed the field to close in and ultimately take...
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