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Hamilton: Rosberg said he did it on purpose to prove a point

Nico Rosberg clips the rear wheel of Lewis Hamilton during the Belgian Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton has revealed that during a meeting with Mercedes management team mate Nico Rosberg admitted to deliberately colliding with him at the Belgian Grand Prix to prove a point, in an incident which cost the team victory at Spa-Francorchamps and has further soured relations between the contenders. The incident on lap two left Hamilton with a puncture and ultimately led to the Briton's retirement from the race, while championship leader Rosberg went on to finish second and extend his lead to 29 points. After the team meeting Hamilton told reporters that the German, whose car's front wing clipped...
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