Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton during the post race press conference in Monte Carlo
Asked what Hamilton had been so angry about in Monaco on Saturday, Lauda, who serves as the non-executive chairman of Mercedes' F1 operation, said: 'They were arguing about it, that Nico did it deliberately, but the stewards cleared him, which for me is the most important.
'Nico said ‘no, I'm sorry that I braked too late'. He apologised, which I have to respect. We had a race incident before in Barcelona where Lewis did something and then we said ‘hey, this is not correct' and he said ‘I'm sorry'. So basically [they are] both grown-up people and I'm sure that Lewis will overcome this after...
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