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Mercedes would consider team orders in 2014

Mercedes allowed its drivers to race in Bahrain Getty Images Enlarge Toto Wolff has admitted Mercedes may have to consider team orders at certain points in 2014 despite recently reiterating its desire to let Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg race when possible this season. Both Mercedes drivers were famously allowed to race in a thrilling climax to the Bahrain Grand Prix, and are yet to receive orders from the pit wall to hold station or to let the other through. Mercedes has been well clear of the chasing pack so far, with four wins from four races, but team boss Wolff confessed a significant step forward from its rivals in the coming races could prompt a change in policy. "There...
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