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Wolff: Rosberg could have won

Sutton Images Enlarge Toto Wolff insists Nico Rosberg could have won the Hungarian Grand Prix if Lewis Hamilton had obeyed a team-order but does not think the Brit was wrong to ignore Mercedes. Towards the end of the race as Rosberg, on a three-stopper and on soft tyres, closed up on Hamilton, who had completed his final stop and was on the medium tyre, Mercedes asked the latter to move over due to their differing strategies. Hamilton defied the call, saying Rosberg was not close enough. After his final stop Rosberg was by far the quickest man on the race track and ended up just behind the leading pack, 6.2s off race-winner Daniel Ricciardo, something Mercedes boss Wolff says would have...
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