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Hamilton: It would be wrong to point fingers

Mercedes AMG Petronas Lewis Hamilton says he and team-mate Nico Rosberg have both admitted to making mistakes and that it would be 'wrong to point fingers', following clear the air talks at Mercedes's factory on Friday morning. Rosberg apologised for causing the collision between the pair at last weekend's Belgian Grand Prix, in which Hamilton failed to score after sustaining a puncture, with Rosberg going on to finish in second. But in a statement posted on his website, Hamilton too admitted to making mistakes, while believing that he and Rosberg still have a 'deep foundation' to work from across the remainder of the season. "Today we came together as a team and discussed our...
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