Mercedes non-executive director Niki Lauda has said that he will take steps to diffuse the growing dispute between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton.
In Monaco, the two locked horns throughout the race weekend. Hamilton questioned Rosberg's hunger to win the world championship ahead of the race, but was left fuming when the German made a mistake in qualifying that denied him a shot at pole position.
Despite the stewards deeming that there was nothing sinister behind Rosberg's off at Mirabeau, Hamilton was less than impressed. In the race on Sunday, he came home in second place behind his teammate, and has now lost the championship lead. He was quoted afterwards as saying that the two were no...
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