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Was Hamilton right or wrong to ignore team orders?

+ Despite a contemporary classic on Sunday in Hungary, the main story dominating the major Formula 1 websites as well as the sports sections of newspapers on Monday was not Daniel Ricciardo’s stunning drive to win an absolute thrilling Hungarian Grand Prix, but the debate over Lewis Hamilton’s decision to ignore the orders of his Mercedes team. Hamilton, who produced a stormer of a drive to finish third having started from the pitlane after his qualifying fire, has come under scrutiny for his refusal to allow his team-mate and title rival Nico Rosberg past during the race, despite the request of his team. The German, who led from pole early on, found himself fourth, behind the 2008...
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