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Warwick: Hamilton should man up and accept Monaco defeat

Former Formula 1 driver Derek Warwick has said that Lewis Hamilton needs to 'man up' following a tenuous weekend at the Monaco Grand Prix. Warwick was the driver steward in Monaco that oversaw the investigation into Nico Rosberg's alleged deliberate mistake in qualifying that meant Hamilton could not beat him to pole position. Although the stewards deemed that it was an innocent error, Hamilton was far from impressed, and remained rather cold and distant for the rest of the weekend towards his teammate. Earlier in the week, Hamilton had questioned Rosberg's hunger to win, and refused to acknowledge him on the podium after the race in Monaco. However, Warwick has suggested that he simply...
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