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'Lewis may quit warring Merc'

The fallout from the explosive Belgian GP has plunged Mercedes into a state of 'war', and could persuade Lewis Hamilton to leave the team, according to Fleet Street.Although Daniel Ricciardo won the race, the focus of attention on Sunday night was firmly trained on Mercedes following Lewis Hamilton's bombshell revelation that Nico Rosberg admitted he had failed to avoid the crash ‘on purpose'.In the words of The Times' Rick Broadbent, the explosive claims leave Mercedes ‘in a state of disarray' and F1 in possession of arguably the most acrimonious team-mate pairing since Alain Prost and Ayyon Senna.‘Sport need rivalries and Formula One has got a timely new one,' writes...
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