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Mercedes committed to equality between drivers - Lauda

Lewis Hamilton had to start from the pit lane after reliability issues in qualifying Sutton Images Enlarge Niki Lauda insists Mercedes is committed to giving its drivers equal equipment despite a run of reliability issues for Lewis Hamilton this year. At the last two grands prix, Hamilton has qualified out of position due to reliability issues and at Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix had to fight from last place to get ahead of team-mate Nico Rosberg and finish on the podium. During the race, Hamilton and Rosberg were forced on to alternative strategies, which also caused controversy when Hamilton ignored orders to let his team-mate past on track when Rosberg was on fresher and faster tyres....
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