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Mercedes to discuss Hungary team orders

– Mercedes says it will hold internal discussions with its drivers after the outfit issued team orders during the Hungarian Grand Prix.Nico Rosberg was running directly behind Lewis Hamilton before his final stop, with the team asking Hamilton – who did not need to pit again – to move over and let the German through for the benefit of his strategy.But Hamilton chose to ignore the repeated radio messages, admitting after the race that he was surprised to be given the instruction."We need to sit down, discuss and analyse the moment when Lewis was asked to let Nico pass. We will do this calmly and work our way through any confusion or misunderstanding," said Mercedes team...
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