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Rosberg's data of little use, says Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton said he would gain very little from access to Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg's data after the driver topped the times but then stopped on track in Friday's practice for the British Grand Prix. The 29-year-old Briton, champion in 2008 and desperate to win this Sunday's race to reboot his title bid this season, missed the final half hour of the afternoon's second free session while Rosberg ran without problems. Hamilton, 29 points behind German Rosberg in the title race, had an engine problem that left him stranded out on the circuit. Amid speculation that the two rivals and teammates share little data within the team, Hamilton made clear that full access to Rosberg's...
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