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Hamilton will not give up - Lauda

Lewis Hamilton will 'keep fighting' to close the points gap to team-mate Nico Rosberg, Mercedes non-executive chairman Niki Lauda says. Lauda believes losing the Austrian Grand Prix to Rosberg will make Hamilton more determined to do well at the next race, the British Grand Prix. 'He will keep fighting,' said Lauda. 'He will be more motivated going to Silverstone after this result. 'He knows he has to fight hard with his own team-mate to make up the points.' Hamilton's hopes of beating his Mercedes team-mate in Austria were dashed by two errors in qualifying that left him ninth on the grid. He fought back to finish second behind Rosberg, who extended his advantage in the championship to 29...
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