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Mercedes no longer a team - Webber

Getty Images Enlarge Ex-F1 driver Mark Webber says Mercedes is no longer functioning as a team following the contact between its drivers at the Belgian Grand Prix. Nico Rosberg collided with Lewis Hamilton on the second lap of the race, ruining his team-mate's grand prix and ultimately limiting Mercedes to 18 points at a track where it had expected to score the maximum 43. Webber was involved in a similar rivalry with Sebastian Vettel at Red Bull in 2010, which led to four years of animosity within the team. He believes the Mercedes drivers are no longer listening to their immediate bosses Toto Wolff and Niki Lauda and may not be able to stay at the team together long-term. "Now we...
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