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Jordan says 'weak' Mercedes management to blame

Former F1 team owner Eddie Jordan says he blames the "weak" and "inexperienced" Mercedes management for the problems between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg. The pair's relationship hit a new low in Belgium when Rosberg tagged Hamilton's rear causing a puncture and later, according to Hamilton, admitted doing it to 'prove a point'. Jordan says the team must shoulder the blame for failing to control its drivers, something he believes Ross Brawn would have done if he were still in charge. "I blame the team," he told TalkSport. "They say they let the drivers race but they don't because at Hungary, the previous race, Rosberg was told he could pass Hamilton,...
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