A deviant Lewis Hamilton insists his decision not to allow Nico Rosberg through in Hungary was "just a case of not giving a single point away".
Mercedes' powers that be have been forced to put out a lot of flames since Sunday's race at Hungagoring after Hamilton was accused of ignoring team orders.
The 2008 World Champion was told to let Rosberg through over the team radio and he replied that he would not slow down so it was up to the German to get close enough and overtake him.
After the race Hamilton admitted he was "very, very shocked" that the team asked him to move aside while Mercedes non-executive chairman Niki Lauda felt he was right not to let his team-mate...
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