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'No controversy' over Hamilton's radio messages - Wolff

Lewis Hamilton sounded tetchy in the closing stages in Spain Getty Images Enlarge Toto Wolff insists he has no issue with Lewis Hamilton's frustrated radio messages in Spain after realising the changes Mercedes made to his car could have cost him the win. Hamilton was completely at ease behind the wheel of the W05 on Friday, but by Saturday he seemed to be struggling despite ultimately going on to claim pole. Hamilton led for the majority of the race but during Nico Rosberg's relentless chase in the closing stages he sounded on edge over the radio, questioning the timing of his pit stop and disagreeing with proposed tweaks to his front wing, asking race engineer Peter Bonnington "why...
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