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Wolff admits driver strategy change likely

As the fall-out from today's second lap incident continues, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff admits the team may need to rethink its policy on team orders.To the delight of fans, broadcaster and the media, the German outfit, whose car is clearly the class of the field, has made a point of allowing its two drivers to race one another despite fears that it could all end in tears.Whilst fans have thrilled to the numerous wheel-to-wheel battles between the two drivers, a number of incidents - all played up to the full by the media - have seen the relationship between the two deteriorate.With an eye on how the in-team dispute between Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost almost derailed McLaren's hopes in the...
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