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Mercedes confused on how to control their drivers

Toto Wolff with Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg Mercedes‘ Formula 1 title battling drivers have been told they must follow team orders over the remaining eight races of the 2014 championship, however it appears that the dominant team continues to be at a loss on how to exactly control their feuding drivers The Brackley based team moved to play down Lewis Hamilton's defiance in Hungary last Sunday, accepting that the Briton was right to refuse to let Nico Rosberg pass, a reversal of initial finger pointing at Hamilton for being defiant and blaming him for costing Rosberg a win. Now team boss Toto Wolff is singing another tune, ''Nico never got close enough to Lewis to make the move,...
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