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Canadian GP Not the Turning Point in Mercedes’ Dominance of 2014 F1 Season

It took seven races, but at the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday a driver from a team other than Mercedes finally won. Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo took the chequered flag for the first victory of his Formula One career. Mercedes' Nico Rosberg was second, while his teammate, Lewis Hamilton, retired with a rear brake failure. Previously, Mercedes had been unbeatable in 2014, with the only blemish on their perfect season coming when Hamilton retired from the first race in Australia.  In Montreal before the race, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner said, "In 2012 when we had a difficult start, we managed to turn that situation around and get ourselves back into that championship," per the Press Association's Ian Parkes via the Daily Mail...

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