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'At the moment Mercedes is not a team' – Webber

Mercedes is no longer operating as a team following Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg's lap two collision at last weekend's Belgian Grand Prix, according to ex-F1 driver Mark Webber. The Mercedes duo were battling for the lead of the race when Rosberg's front wing punctured Hamilton's tyre at Les Combes, costing the Brackley-based outfit what could have been a dominant one-two finish. Rosberg eventually recovered to second place, while Hamilton retired. Webber was part of a similarly tense rivalry at Red Bull Racing with Sebastian Vettel, which included a collision between the two drivers at the 2010 Turkish Grand Prix. 'Now we have a very difficult situation at Mercedes where the drivers are...
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