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Lauda: Lewis will get over it

Mercedes chief Niki Lauda is confident Lewis Hamilton will get over his discontent with Nico Rosberg before the next race in Canada - but the former World Champion admits the team "can't stop" the bristling title rivalry between their drivers.Hamilton and Rosberg's long-term friendship, with was formed when they were teenage team-mates in karting, appears to have least temporarily been fractured by the events of Monaco GP in the wake of the latter's controversial winning of pole position in qualifying. Having failed to give his team-mate the benefit of the doubt after Rosberg's trip off the circuit brought out yellow flags which wrecked Hamilton's own bid for pole, relations...
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