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Hamilton accepts Monaco defeat says Lauda

Mercedes will impose no "restrictions" on Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, despite their dramatic falling out in Monaco. Briton Hamilton was furious after the fabled street race, where he suspected his German teammate deliberately ruined his run for pole position. But more recently, the 2008 world champion said on Twitter that he and Rosberg are "cool, still friends, no problem". Not everyone is convinced all is well. Speed Week correspondent Mathias Brunner said Hamilton's social media posting "seems like a bandaid for a blister -- it helps but pretty soon it falls off". And the Daily Mail's Jonathan McEvoy doubts Hamilton even penned the 'tweet' or picked out...
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