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'Lewis changes theme of fight'

Daniel Ricciardo may have taken victory in a thrilling Hungarian Grand Prix, but it was Lewis Hamilton's decision to ignore team-orders to let Nico Rosberg past that dominated Monday's papers.‘In 12 pulsating minutes, Lewis Hamilton transformed the theme of this World Championship into 'every man for himself', wrote Kevin Eason in The Times whilst in the Independent David Tremayne said ‘immediately after the Hungarian Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton looked like somebody who knew he had to face the music at Mercedes after deliberately disobeying orders to let Nico Rosberg overtake.'Eason went on to explain the reasons behind the call from the pitwall: ‘Hamilton faced a final...
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