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FIA confirm no investigation into Rosberg/Hamilton clash

+ The FIA has confirmed that it will not be investigating the collision between Mercedes team-mates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg during the Belgian Grand Prix. The pair made contact at Les Combes on the second lap of Sunday’s race, in a clash that saw the German damage his front wing against the Englishman’s left-rear tyre, causing a puncture that dropped Hamilton down the field, and led to his eventual retirement. While the stewards decided not to investigate the collision during the race, deeming it to be a racing incident, Hamilton later told the media that his team-mate had admitted to deliberately not backing off to ‘prove a point,’ a claim that Rosberg denied on Monday in a...
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