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Wolff: Nico could have won

Toto Wolff admits Lewis Hamilton's decision not to let Nico Rosberg past during the Hungarian Grand Prix may have cost Mercedes victory.The Silver Arrows put their cars on two different strategies during an unpredictable race in Budapest with Hamilton two-stopping and Rosberg three-stopping.That meant that Rosberg needed to factor in an additional 22 seconds to his race time, making it critical that he posted quick lap times during his final pair of soft-tyre stints as Hamilton nursed his medium compounds through a mammoth 31 laps to the end. Rosberg's lap-times dropped off significantly, though, once he got caught up in his team-mate's dirty air.'It is a difficult situation now and as a...
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