Nico Rosberg after finishing second in Belgium
Rosberg left Spa with a 29 point lead over Hamilton, who retired from the race with a damaged floor to his car after picking up a puncture as a result of his team mate's front wing hitting his rear tyre.
Mercedes motorsport head Toto Wolff said on Sunday the post-race meeting with drivers had been heated and explained that Rosberg had wanted to show he was not going to back off but had not intended to collide.
Rosberg said there had been an 'important discussion' with more to come before the Italian Grand Prix at Monza next week.
'Now we need to look forward. There will be another discussion for sure because we need to see if we need to change...
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