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Mercedes admits duty to allow drivers to race

Paddy Lowe admits Mercedes has a duty to F1 to allow Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg to race each other.The two Mercedes drivers were completely dominant in Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix as the team took its third consecutive victory, but the race was a thrilling affair as Hamilton and Rosberg scrapped for the win. Having gone wheel-to-wheel several times during the race, ultimately Hamilton came out on top and Lowe admitted the race would have been a really boring one for F1 if the team had called off the fight early.Asked if Mercedes has a duty to let its drivers race, Lowe replied: “I'd say yes.“Imagine if we'd imposed team orders from lap two or something, what a terrible thing that...
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