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Mercedes: We will not punish Lewis

Toto Wolff with Lewis Hamilton Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has dismissed reports that Mercedes will punish Lewis Hamilton for ignoring team orders during the Hungarian Grand Prix. Although it was potentially explosive, the German team closed ranks after the incident but reports persisted that the 2008 world champion will be punished behind closed doors. 'Something like that will not happen,' boss Wolff is quoted by Der Spiegel.'We are all adults – we just have to do a better job next time.' Indeed, Mercedes is admitting its own culpability after repeatedly asking Hamilton to slow down to let Nico Rosberg – on a different strategy – pass him. Mercedes team chairman Niki...
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