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Mercedes asks fans to decide on team orders

Whilst Bernie Ecclestone refuses to accept the increasing importance of social media, Mercedes takes full advantage of the phenomenon.Speaking in the Spa paddock, days after ending his bribery trial, by effectively paying a bribe, Bernie Ecclestone was back firing on all cylinders.Amongst the numerous quips and one-liners delivered to reporters in the Spa paddock was an absolute gem when asked about the prospect of (17-year-old) Max Verstappen lining up on the grid in Melbourne next year.'I blame social media' retorted the F1 supremo with his customary grin.Though he continues to shun social media along with much of the other technology that has become so important to most of our lives,...
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