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Coulthard: Hamilton must deal with bad luck

Former F1 driver David Coulthard has said that Lewis Hamilton must deal with any bad luck that he may face in Formula 1, after losing more ground to Nico Rosberg in the drivers' championship last weekend in Germany. Hamilton suffered a terrifying brake failure during the first part of qualifying at Hockenheim, and started the race from 20th position. He managed to fight his way through to third place come the chequered flag, but was still despondent in the post-race media sessions after Rosberg won the race and extended his lead over Hamilton to 14 points. Coulthard believes that the Briton has no reason to be disappointed in light of such a superb performance on Sunday. 'Lewis Hamilton...
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