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Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes Both to Blame for 2015 Monaco Grand Prix Defeat

On Lap 64 of 78 in Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton was just beginning to enter the danger zone. Having dominated two-thirds of the race after securing a comfortable pole position on Saturday, a fourth win of 2015 felt like a formality. Within 15 laps of the chequered flag, and with a 21-second lead over second-placed Nico Rosberg, Hamilton would have switched to management mode, focusing on just bringing the car home, ensuring nothing could snatch victory from his grasp. He would have negotiated the tight, twisty turns with increasing wariness, leaving a little more space between his wheels and those cold, hard, smothering crash barriers.  He would have applied the throttle with more caution than at any stage over the grand...

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