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Rosberg looks good for 2016 F1 title, says Hamilton

Rosberg looks good for 2016 F1 title, says Hamilton

Johannesburg, June 21 : Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton believes that it could be a 'good year' for his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg after the German added another victory to his account at the European Grand Prix.

Rosberg, who started from the pole position, cruised to his fifth victory of the season after beating Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel in the inaugural edition of the European Grand Prix on the Baku street circuit.

With the win, Rosberg extended his lead back to 24 points over Hamilton in the world championship.

Hamilton wins fifth Canadian Grand Prix

Hamilton wins fifth Canadian Grand Prix

Montreal, June 13 : Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton fought back to defeat Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel and win for the fifth time at the Canadian Grand Prix.

Valtteri Bottas took an impressive third place to give Williams their first podium of 2016 here on Sunday.

With championship leader Nico Rosberg only able to manage fifth after a late-race puncture, the gap between the Mercedes men (Rosberg and Hamilton) at the top of the table is now down to just nine points.

Rosberg heads the championship table with 116 points with Hamilton at 107.

Hamilton dedicates Canadian GP triumph to Muhammad Ali

Hamilton dedicates Canadian GP triumph to Muhammad Ali

Johannesburg, June 13 : Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton has dedicated his second victory of the season at Canadian Grand Prix to legendary boxer Muhammad Ali, who passed away at the age of 74 after losing his long-standing battle against Parkinson's disease.

Following a win, the Mercedes driver uttered `float like a butterfly, sting like a bee`, adding that this victory is for Muhammad Ali.

Hamilton, who started from the pole position, fended off Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel to clinch his fifth Canadian Grand Prix victory.

Mercedes under pressure from rivals than ever before: Hamilton

Mercedes under pressure from rivals than ever before: Hamilton

Johannesburg, June. 7 : Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton has admitted that his Mercedes team are under more pressure from rivals than ever before, insisting that they need to work on their deficiencies in order to defend the Formula One title.

Hamilton, whose title defence started with a series of technical failures, registered his first win of the season in the Monaco Grand Prix last month. The win over Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo reduced his deficit to team mate Nico Rosberg to 24 points.

Monaco win a `morale booster` for Mercedes mechanics: Hamilton

Monaco win a `morale booster` for Mercedes mechanics: Hamilton

Johannesburg, June 2 : Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton has expressed his relief after claiming his first victory of the season at the Monaco Grand Prix, saying it must have boosted morale of his team's mechanics.

Mercedes made a promising start to the season with Nico Rosberg winning four out of first six races of this season so far. But Hamilton was still without victory until he finally sealed it in Monaco.

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