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Wolff 'comfortable' with Hamilton's decision

Toto Wolff is adamant he has no issue with Lewis Hamilton refusing to let Nico Rosberg pass him in Hungary as the latter "never got close enough." Fighting for the Championship titles, tensions mounted at Mercedes last Sunday when Hamilton ignored team orders to let Rosberg to overtake him. Hamilton went on to finish the grand prix in third place while Rosberg was fourth. As such the Brit close the gap in the title race to just 11 points. Hamilton later revealed that he was "very, very shocked" that Mercedes had issued the call while motorsport boss Wolff says he understands why it was ignored. "When the Safety Car came out, we chose to split the strategies, and...
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