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Hamilton should learn how to lose says Hakkinen

Lewis Hamilton should consider apologising to Nico Rosberg in the wake of the Monaco grand prix. That is the claim of double world champion Mika Hakkinen, having already denounced Briton Hamilton's "sub-standard behaviour" in the Principality last weekend. "I appreciate Nico's patience in this situation," Hakkinen was quoted by Finland's Ilta Sanomat newspaper. "I do not like the idea of what Lewis did," he added, referring to Hamilton's accusations of sabotage and his refusal to congratulate or even look at new championship leader Rosberg after his back-to-back Monaco win. Now, Hakkinen is not sure even time can ease the tension between the two Mercedes...
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