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Hamilton wins Canadian GP

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Reigning Formula One Champion Lewis Hamilton seems to have shaken off a disappointing start to his title defence and registered another victory at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Hamilton finished five seconds clear of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel, who had a shot at victory following a stunning start, when he flew past both Mercedes at the first turn, but his two-stop strategy was trumped by Hamilton’s one. 
As Hamilton soars championship leader Nico Rosberg lost further ground with a fifth place finish after an eventful race.
It means after seven of the 21 races this year, Hamilton is now just nine points adrift of Rosberg,  with the world champion taking 34 points out of the latter's early advantage over the last two races.
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