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Lauda: ‘Lewis did nothing wrong’

Niki Lauda says Lewis Hamilton “did nothing wrong” in the incident which led to contact with team-mate Nico Rosberg in the Belgian Grand Prix. Rosberg clipped Hamilton's left rear wheel when trying to overtake at Les Combes, giving Hamilton a puncture which relegated him to the back of the field and eventually forced his retirement. While Lauda didn't feel that Rosberg intentionally caused the contact – which Hamilton later claimed was the case – he did say the only blame was on the championship leader. “Lewis had no fault at all in this case, this is clear,” Lauda said. “Lewis did nothing wrong, he was in the lead, the other attacked, so there is no fault on Lewis.” And...
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