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Hamilton will always put the team first

Lewis Hamilton says he “will always put the team first” and won't take matters in to his own hands after his collision with Nico Rosberg at the Belgian Grand Prix. After Rosberg clipped Hamilton's left rear wheel during Sunday's race, Hamilton claimed that a post-race meeting had seen his team-mate admit to deliberately not avoiding the incident. While Rosberg has since said he has a “very different” version of events, Hamilton also said at the time that he will not risk compromising Mercedes' chances in retaliation. “I don't know how I'm going to get back those 30 points but what I do know is I've got a great group of people behind me,” Hamilton said. “The poor guys on my...
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