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Mercedes keen to keep drivers for the long term

Toto Wolff with Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg Mercedes is so happy with its driver lineup it can imagine keeping Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg on board for the long term or as team boss Toto Wolff put it: 'until the cows come home'. Wolff's comments come on the day after Rosberg's new contract was announced, which according to reports will extend for at least three more years. And the same reports say Rosberg's pay has been about doubled, with his 55 million deal bringing him almost eye-to-eye with Briton Hamilton's big pay-packet. 'The balance in the team is more important than anything else,' Wolff is quoted by Germany's Die Welt newspaper. On the face of it, Hamilton and Rosberg...
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