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Mercedes ‘cooling change' aided Hamilton's pace

Lewis Hamilton's pace in the second half of the Canadian GP, in which he hunted down Sebastian Vettel, was the result of a 'cooling change', one Mercedes wish they had done earlier. While Vettel seemed to have the pace in the first half of the Canadian GP, after the pit stops it was all Hamilton. The Brit pitted two laps after the German with the gap widening to 4.8s. However, it took only a few laps for Hamilton to bring that right down and sit on Vettel's rear wing. We all know what happened next, Vettel ran off the track, was penalised for an unsafe return and Hamilton took the win. Mercedes, though, reckon the win could have played out on track had they realised a few laps earlier how...
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