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Hamilton battle intensity will not change - Rosberg

Sutton Images Enlarge Nico Rosberg does not believe the recent furore over Mercedes team orders will change anything about his title battle with Lewis Hamilton this season. The fallout from the Hungarian Grand Prix has been the order issued to Hamilton to move over for team-mate Rosberg due to differing strategies, something the Englishman refused to do. Though he refused to comment on Hamilton's refusal, Rosberg admits that and the fact he was unable to find a way past in the final laps has left a bitter taste. "I'm not so excited about going into the summer break, as we speak," Rosberg said. "Hopefully I will be excited, but it's going to take some time. We have to...
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