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Mercedes: Hot heads should be cooled this week

Nico Rosberg versus Lewis Hamilton remains the big F1 story ahead of Monza Mercedes F1 team bosses have called for their drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg to cool the fully blown feud which has raged since they collided on lap two of the Belgian Grand Prix. Bild newspaper reports that when the duo came face-to-face in Germany on Wednesday for a sponsor photoshoot, they barely acknowledged each other's presence. Furthermore, in the few days since Sunday at Spa, the drivers have been exchanging disparaging comments through the media, but team bosses have reportedly now instructed Rosberg and Hamilton to quieten their dispute. 'Toto Wolff, Paddy Lowe and I agreed that hot heads...
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