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No FIA investigation into Rosberg/Hamilton collision

Mercedes AMG Petronas The FIA has confirmed that there will not be an investigation into the second lap collision between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton at the Belgian Grand Prix. Rosberg clipped Hamilton as the duo rounded the Les Combes complex, with the Brit sustaining a puncture which ultimately led to him retiring from the Grand Prix, having tumbled down the order. The stewards at Spa Francorchamps deemed the collision to be a racing incident and thus did not investigate the contact during the race. But during Hamilton's press briefing following a team meeting after the race, he revealed that Rosberg said he purposely did not back off in order to 'prove a point.' Mercedes Motorsport...
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