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Lewis: I am sure Nico will be happy

Lewis Hamilton put the boot into Nico Rosberg after the Belgian GP, saying the German "will leave Spa happy" despite their coming together. The two Mercedes drivers looked set to battle it out for the victory, but their hopes went up in smoke as early as the second lap when Rosberg hit Hamilton from behind. That resulted in a puncture for Hamilton and the Brit retired late in the race to save his engine while Rosberg went on to finish second behind Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo. "What can I say? Initially it was really gutting I was driving so hard to try to get what I could get out of the car, it might not have looked that way but it was so damaged and I am just gutted for my...
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