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Rosberg big winner amid Mercedes troubles in Canada

Nico Rosberg leads Lewis Hamilton in Canada Formula 1 world championship leader Nico Rosberg was all smiles after the Canadian Grand Prix, despite failing to win and grappling with technical problems for the final third of the race. 'Ricciardo wins,' announced the headline in Die Welt, 'but the big winner is Rosberg'. After six straight wins so far in 2014, ultra-dominant Mercedes struck trouble in Canada, with the energy recovery systems on both cars playing up. On Rosberg's W05, he simply lost the 160 horse power of energy recovery boost, but still managed to finish second behind Red Bull's first win of the year. 'This shows how good the Mercedes engine is,' Renault-powered Red Bull's...
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