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Hamilton laments 'another gift' for Rosberg

– Lewis Hamilton was left to rue a right-front brake disc failure which pitched him out of qualifying for the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim.Hamilton was sitting in second place during the first knockout segment when he suffered the failure under braking for Turn 13 and he was powerless to prevent his Mercedes W05 Hybrid from hitting the barriers.The Briton was quickly released from the medical centre but was left to watch Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg claim pole position."Nico has basically got another gift, but we'll do what we can tomorrow," he said."We'll figure something out, there's still a decent amount of races to go. I can't believe it obviously, but things...
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