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Mercedes drivers told to obey team orders in future

Jul.31 Mercedes' title-warring drivers have been told they must follow team orders over the remaining eight races of 2014. 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 past. "Nico never got close enough to Lewis to make the move," said team boss Toto Wolff, "and we were ultimately comfortable with the decision Lewis made to hold position." In the official interview distributed by the German team this week, Wolff added that the pair "will continue to be free to race" for the rest of their 2014 title battle. But he also said that Mercedes'...
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