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Mercedes rethinking team orders after Belgium clash

The fallout of Sunday's explosive clash between warring teammates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg is only just beginning to hit the ground. Although Kevin Magnussen was penalised by the stewards for his wheel-to-wheel behaviour at Spa, German Rosberg escaped even an FIA investigation after driving into the rear tyre of Hamilton's sister Mercedes. "The stewards' job is to make the fight for the title fair," Brazilian journalist Livio Oricchio wrote in Universo, "but in this case they inexplicably failed to act." Rosberg, booed in the podium and slammed by his bosses, refused to apologise. "A real champion would do this and say afterwards 'I screwed up'," 1997...
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