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No team orders at Mercedes despite possible dominance

Decrease Font Size Increase Font Size Text Size Print This Page Send by Email Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg The Mercedes F1 drivers' charge for victory in Melbourne will be unfettered by team orders according to the team's drivers and management. At the same Albert Park venue 16 years ago, McLaren enraged the spectators, having arrived for the 1998 season opener with its totally dominant car. Now, the similarly-silver Mercedes cars are the class of the early 2014 field, but Nico Rosberg insists there will be no McLaren-style controversy this time. 'Mika Hakkinen and David Coulthard had a deal in place in whichever driver got to the opening corner first would be allowed to win the race,'...
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