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Mercedes: Nico and Lewis free to race each other, team orders on case-by-case basis

Mercedes: Nico and Lewis free to race each other, team orders on case-by-case basis 15 March, 2014 Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will be free to race each other, within clearly defined limits, in Sunday's season-opening Australian Formula One Grand Prix after sitting down with Mercedes bosses to clarify team orders. 'I can already tell you now that there will be battles between Lewis and I – and that is important for the TV and for everybody, for us as a team,' said Rosberg, who will start in third place at Albert Park. Team mate Hamilton, the 2008 champion with McLaren, qualified on pole position on Saturday. 'Of course you cannot go crazy as team mates because at the same time we...
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