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Hakkinen: 'Hamilton a sore loser'

Mika Hakkinen believes Lewis Hamilton should apologise to his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in the wake of what happened in Monaco, and the Finn has added that 'one of the characteristics of a good winner is he also knows how to lose'. Hamilton had to settle for second in Monte Carlo last weekend and he made clear he believes Rosberg deliberately went off in qualifying at the Principality in order to secure pole position, with Rosberg of course then going on to win the race. Rosberg was cleared of any wrongdoing by the stewards but Hamilton said after Sunday's race that the data was very telling to him. Hakkinen, however, believes the Briton needs to be a more dignified or else he risks...
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