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Hamilton confirms he will race in Canada despite injury doubt

Lewis Hamilton has confirmed his intention to race at the weekend's Canadian Grand Prix, despite the significant back pain he has suffered. Hamilton said after Sunday's race in Azerbaijan that he had been 'praying' for it to end, saying halfway through that 'my back is killing me', as he and Mercedes have arguably been the team hardest hit by the ‘porpoising' effect, or ‘bouncing' on their car. Both Hamilton and George Russell's cars were seen bouncing along the 2.2km start/finish straight in Baku, with the seven-time World Champion eventually being able to bring his car home fourth, behind his team-mate ahead. Hamilton was seen in parc fermé afterwards struggling to climb out...
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