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Hamilton should apologise - Hakkinen

Mika Hakkinen believes Lewis Hamilton owes his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg an apology after the Briton accused the German of gamesmanship during last week's Monaco Grand Prix. Rosberg went off the track during the final moments of Saturday's qualifying in the Principality which ultimately secured pole position ahead of Hamilton. Although Rosberg was cleared of any wrong-doing by the stewards later that evening, Hamilton told reporters after the race - in which he came second behind his team-mate - that the data from qualifying suggested Rosberg deliberately braked late so that he would crash. Hakkinen, though, believes Hamilton should act in a more dignified way when he things aren't...
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