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Mercedes: We pushed the package and drivers too far in Baku

Mercedes pushed Lewis Hamilton's car setup too far in Baku last weekend and cannot cause him such pain again, the Formula 1 team's head of strategy said on Wednesday. Britain's seven-time World Champion suffered severe back pain wrestling with his bouncing car in Baku and said it had been his most painful race. Team boss Toto Wolff raised some concern about Hamilton being able to race in Canada this weekend but strategy boss James Vowles confirmed in a debrief that the driver would compete in Montreal. 'He is an elite athlete that will push the bounds of endurance of himself and the car and that's what Formula 1 drivers do, that's what makes them exceptional,' said Vowles. 'On this...
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