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Hamilton shocked by Mercedes instructions

Lewis Hamilton said he was "very, very shocked" to be asked by his Mercedes team to move over and allow teammate and title rival Nico Rosberg to pass him during Sunday's tumultuous Hungarian Grand Prix. The incident, one of at least two in which Mercedes tried to persuade Hamilton to help Rosberg, came after 47 laps of a 70-laps race won by Australian Daniel Ricciardo for Red Bull. The two Mercedes drivers, who finished third and fourth, were on different strategies and Rosberg, on a three-stop plan, was using faster soft tyres at the time and had a further pit stop to make. "Obviously I am aware that I was in the same race as him, just because he had one more stop than me...
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