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Wolff: Nico felt he needed to make a point

Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff says Nico Rosberg "felt he needed to make a point" during his battle with Lewis Hamilton at Spa, but says he didn't deliberately crash into his team-mate. The tension at Mercedes went up another few notches at Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix when Rosberg made contact with Hamilton's left-rear wheel while he was trying to regain first place. Hamilton was forced to pit for a puncture and he eventually retired while Rosberg fought back to finish P2 behind Daniel Ricciardo of Red Bull. The Merc bosses called a team meeting after the race and Hamilton was left furious after Rosberg apparently admitted he did it on purpose. "It looked quite clear to...
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