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Mansell: Hamilton can bounce back at any time

– Former World Champion Nigel Mansell is certain that Lewis Hamilton has what it takes to overturn the deficit to Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in this year's title race, despite falling further behind in Austria.After an engine-related retirement at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, ultimately won by Rosberg, Hamilton went on to claim four successive race victories and take control of the championship battle.But second place finishes in Monaco and Austria, dotted around another retirement in Canada, have seen him lose significant ground to Rosberg, with 29 points separating the pair ahead the British Grand Prix.However, fellow Briton and 1992 title winner Mansell reckons...
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