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Mercedes comes first - Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton admitted that he wouldn't risk Mercedes' chances of winning the Constructors' Championship by seeking retaliation for the incident with Nico Rosberg at Spa last week. During a post-race interview, Hamilton claims that Rosberg admitted to deliberately not avoiding the accident which saw the German's nose clip his team-mate left rear wheel. While Rosberg later said that his version of events are "very different" to that of Hamilton, the Brit maintains that he won't compromise Mercedes' chances of winning the title by seeking retribution. "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...
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