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Rosberg admits Hamilton cost him Hungary win

Mercedes chiefs are heading into the month-long summer break scratching their heads at how to deal with an escalating driver battle. Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo may have won in Hungary, but Toto Wolff admits that it was Nico Rosberg who probably should have held the biggest trophy aloft -- if only Lewis Hamilton had obeyed a clear and repeated team order. German media sources report that even though German Rosberg is determined to play cool, calm and controversy-free, he 'poked his tongue out' at the outcome of Sunday's race by uncharacteristically wearing his cap backwards in his post-race meeting with reporters. He was asked if Wolff is right to say the defiant Hamilton spoiled his...
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