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Mercedes to let drivers 'calm down'

Mercedes will let Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg calm down before deciding how to resolve the controversy over their crash at the Belgian Grand Prix. The incident gave Hamilton a rear puncture that ultimately caused his retirement. Rosberg recovered from a damaged front wing to finish second. Hamilton said title rival Rosberg had 'basically said he did it on purpose'. Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff said: 'We will decide what to do when everybody is in a cooler, calmer frame of mind.' The German added that he was 'very disappointed' and that Rosberg 'shouldn't have done it' but 'there will be no knee-jerk reaction'. Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. // Eddie...
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