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Canada issue has made Mercedes stronger - Hamilton

Sutton Images Enlarge Lewis Hamilton believes his retirement at the Canadian Grand Prix has only made Mercedes stronger for the rest of the year. Hamilton retired in Montreal when his brakes failed following the loss of the MGU-K part of the energy recovery system during the race. The MGU-K issue affected both cars, limiting braking capacity and resulting in extra stress on the rear brakes. Hamilton's brakes overheated and failed, but he is confident the issue will not happen again and that Mercedes has learned from the failure. "We definitely haven't lost any performance, we have only gained from that experience, as you do generally from all experiences like that," Hamilton...
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