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Mercedes may implement team orders in 2014

Mercedes AMG Petronas Mercedes say they may implement team orders later in the season, despite opting not to use them so far in 2014. Mercedes allowed Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg to scrap it out for victory in Bahrain and the team's dominance this year has resulted in them securing every pole position and win in 2014. But boss Toto Wolff warns that the situation may not be the same in different circumstances. "There might be situations where you can't lose lots of time in battle if you have your enemy right up your back," Wolff is quoted by BBC Sport. "Bahrain was a very particular situation because our package worked very well there and we had quite a competitive...
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