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Lewis Hamilton: “We really should have had a One-Two”

After securing a front-row lock out in qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix, the Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS drivers committed the cardinal sin of motorsport, with the team seeing their drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg collide on the second lap of the race that compromised both of their races. Hamilton had jumped into the lead at the start, while pole sitter Rosberg had to re-pass the Red Bull Racing machine of Sebastian Vettel to sit on his team-mates tail. Heading down the Kemmel straight, Rosberg got a good run on his British team-mate, but could not make the move stick around the outside of the following Les Combes corner, and the German’s front wing clipped Hamilton’s rear tyre....
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