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Wolff: ‘No knee-jerk reaction’ at Mercedes

Toto Wolff says Mercedes will not make a “knee-jerk reaction” following the fallout between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg at the Belgian Grand Prix. Rosberg and Hamilton came together at the start of the second lap, with contact at Les Combes leaving Hamilton with a puncture and the other Mercedes with a damaged front wing. After the race, Hamilton claimed a team meeting had seen team-mate admit he allowed the contact to happen on purpose, with Wolff later verifying that Rosberg had “needed to make a point”. However, with tensions high following the race, Wolff said Mercedes would take its time before trying to work out a way to move forward ahead of the Italian Grand Prix....
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