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Rosberg calls Hamilton clash a racing incident, nothing more

+ Nico Rosberg denies being at fault for his controversial clash with Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton during Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix. The Mercedes pair made contact at Les Combes on the second lap of the race while battling for the lead, the German damaging his front wing against Hamilton’s left-rear tyre, causing a puncture that saw the 2008 champion drop out of contention before he retired late on, while Rosberg recovered to finish second. While Hamilton told selected media on Sunday evening that Rosberg had admitted to deliberately causing the collision following the race, the German insists that the clash was merely a racing incident, as justified by the stewards choice not to...
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