Mercedes AMG Petronas
It was bound to happen. It just had to.
They came close in Bahrain. They battled again in Spain. Monaco was tense. Canada was mightily close. Hungary was controversial. But in Belgium they did the unthinkable. The two dominant cars touched.
Hamilton took the lead at the start when Rosberg bogged down, while Sebastian Vettel surged into second place and challenged Hamilton along the Kemmel Straight. Vettel tried the outside line but realised it was a fruitless pursuit and took to the run-off, allowing Rosberg back into second.
The next time around Rosberg closed up to Hamilton at La Source and got a run along the Kemmel Straight. Hamilton hugged the inside line,...
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