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Wolff clarifies Rosberg's 'deliberate' comments

Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has moved to clarify comments made by Nico Rosberg during a private team debrief, in which he reportedly admitted to crashing in to team-mate Lewis Hamilton deliberately. Wolff dismissed comments it was deliberate, but confirmed Rosberg wanted to make a point by holding his line and forcing Hamilton to change course. "Nico felt he needed to hold his line," he told PA Sport. "He needed to make a point. He didn't give in. He thought it was for Lewis to leave him space, and that Lewis didn't leave him space. "So they agreed to disagree in a very heated discussion amongst ourselves, but it wasn't deliberately crashing. That is nonsense. It was...
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