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'We're not in the let's-make-everybody-happy business' - Wolff

Sutton Images Enlarge Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says it is inevitable that his team will not be able to please both its drivers all of the time, but that it has learned from the events of Hungary. In the last race at the Hungaroring, Lewis Hamilton was asked to let team-mate Nico Rosberg past because Rosberg was on a different strategy. Hamilton refused to do so, leading to a meeting between drivers and team management on Thursday to clarify the situation. When asked about the meeting, Hamilton said it was "quite funny" while Rosberg refused to comment on the issue. Wolff argues that the team cannot always keep both its drivers happy, but would continue to be as transparent as...
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