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Wolff calls for ‘transparency’ at Mercedes

Toto Wolff has called on Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg to maintain “transparency” after seeing Mercedes' dominance challenged in Austria. With neither Lewis Hamilton nor Nico Rosberg maximising their first laps in Q3 ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix, Williams was able to take advantage and lock out the front row on Saturday. Mercedes did recover to take a one-two on Sunday but did not enjoy the same advantage as previous races and Wolff said he wants to make sure the team sees the bigger picture as well as Hamilton v Rosberg. “I think our first priority must be to let the two compete against each other,” Wolff said. “They are on such a close level and we don't want to interfere...
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