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Mercedes Delight at Montreal Front Row Lock-Out

The Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team were once again the class of the field in Montreal as Nico Rosberg took his third pole position of the season, closely followed by team-mate Lewis Hamilton in second. Rosberg took pole position with a lap time of 1:14.874s and was happy to claim another pole for the team, but expects the race to be tough against his team-mate. He feels the car has improved a lot since opening practice. “It's been a great weekend so far and I'm really pleased with how I have been able to improve my set-up from session to session,” said Rosberg. “Even before Qualifying we made some quite big changes and they worked out perfectly. So I am very happy with...
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