Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has warned the team may no longer allow its drivers the freedom to race following the controversial clash between team-mates Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton at Spa.
Wolff and non executive chairman Niki Lauda were angered by a collision involving its two title protagonists on lap two of the Belgian Grand Prix, which saw Rosberg inflict a puncture on race leader Hamilton.
The incident cost the team crucial world championship points and a likely one-two finish.
Rosberg went on to finish second behind race winner Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo, while Hamilton retired from the race slipping 29 points adrift of his team-mate in the standings.
Having labelled the incident...
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