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Rosberg admits team orders may be inevitable

Nico Rosberg versus Lewis Hamilton during the 2013 Malaysian GP A year ago, the Malaysian Grand Prix sparked the headline grabbing Multi-21 Red Bull team orders saga, but behind the Mark Webber versus Sebastian Vettel shenanigans, team orders were also afoot at Mercedes. Late in the race, Nico Rosberg was quicker than Lewis Hamilton at Sepang, but in order to safeguard a sure podium rather than risk it over a wheel-to-wheel battle, Mercedes issued a ‘hold station' order. That sparked a controversy of its own, but team chairman Niki Lauda insists there will be no team order repeat in 2014, despite the fact championship leader Rosberg and Hamilton might now be duelling for the win. 'For...
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