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Rosberg admits Spa crash was 'error of judgement'

Nico Rosberg is hopeful that fans can move on from his clash with team-mate Lewis Hamilton at the Belgian Grand Prix after issuing a public apology. The German was booed on the podium for the clash which the majority blamed him for, though he refused to accept blame immediately. He has now admitted it was a "judgement of error" and took the time during a team meeting on Friday to apologise to the team, Hamilton and F1 fans. "In the days since the Belgian Grand Prix in Spa, I have spent a lot of time thinking about what happened during the race and discussing it with the team," he wrote on his Facebook page. "I have already expressed my regret about the incident but,...
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