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4dNate Saunders

FIA quashes suspicions of 'trick oil' systems

FIA confirms Mercedes and Ferrari have not been using 'trick oil' systems to gain an advantage over their rivals after detailed investigations of both teams at Canadian Grand Prix.

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6dESPN Staff

Bottas fastest for Williams on final morning

Finn clocked a 1:10.029 in the FW37, while Nico Rosberg finished the morning third for Mercedes and Fernando Alonso managed just 17 laps in the McLaren MP4-30.

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9dLaurence Edmondson

Title battle will go down to the wire - Wolff

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is convinced the title battle will go down to the final race between his two drivers after Nico Rosberg's win in Austria clawed back seven points in the championship.

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9dNate Saunders

Clutch issue cost me at the start - Hamilton

Says his clutch "just underperformed" off the line, allowing Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg past him on the run up to Turn 1 in Austria.

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9dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg beats Hamilton to Austrian GP victory

Nico Rosberg won the Austrian Grand Prix to keep in touch with Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the championship, beating him off the line and then extending his lead for the rest of the race

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10dNate Saunders

Hamilton thought spin had cost him pole

World champion's car snapped under braking on the approach to Turn 1 but a late mistake by Nico Rosberg meant he kept pole in Austria.

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11dLaurence Edmondson

Rosberg wary of Ferrari race pace

Says he is looking more at Ferrari's long run pace than the fact Sebastian Vettel topped the qualifying simulations in FP2.

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12dNate Saunders

Momentum means nothing in F1 - Hamilton

Played down impact of returning to winning ways in Canada but says victory there was important on a personal level after hearbreak of Monaco.

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23dLaurence Edmondson

Mercedes managed brakes to allow 10-lap battle at end

Mercedes said it had to tell its drivers to manage both brakes and fuel during the Canadian Grand Prix, but allowed them to go on full attack for the final ten laps of the race.

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23dNate Saunders

Rosberg: Qualifying cost me victory

German kept Lewis Hamilton in his sights throughout but couldn't get close enough to attempt a pass for the lead.

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23dNate Saunders

Hamilton: Rosberg pressure 'never too serious'

World champion bounced back from Monaco debacle with controlled victory, says he always has time in pocket over Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg

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24dLaurence Edmondson

Mercedes expected more from updated Ferrari

Mercedes was expecting Ferrari to put up more of a fight in qualifying for the Canadian Grand Prix on the back of its power unit upgrade this weekend.

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25dNate Saunders

Rosberg: Ferrari looks pretty close

German thinks Ferrari's pace will give Mercedes something to think about on Friday night ahead of qualifying for the Canadian Grand Prix.

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25dLaurence Edmondson

Mercedes dominates opening practice session in Canada

Mercedes dominated the opening practice session for the Canadian Grand Prix with a margin of 1.5s between Lewis Hamilton's timesheet-topping 1:16.212 and Romain Grosjean's Lotus in third.

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