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Mercedes insist they won't ever use team orders

Mercedes insist they won't employ team orders during a grand prix this season after witnessing Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg battle it out during the Bahrain GP. The Mercedes duo fought wheel-to-wheel from start to finish with Hamilton eventually coming out on top. Whilst Mercedes executive director of racing, Paddy Lowe, warned the pair to "be careful and bring the cars home", his words didn't carry any specific order. When asked if their stance on team orders adopted during the Bahrain GP would remain for the rest of the year, Lowe replied: "There's no reason to not do it." Toto Wolff meanwhile described the battle as "the best advert for F1" during a...
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