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Mosley critical of Mercedes publicly blaming Rosberg

Former FIA president Max Mosley has criticised Mercedes for publicly blaming Nico Rosberg in the wake of his clash with team-mate Lewis Hamilton at the Belgian Grand Prix. The team released a statement following a crisis meeting last Friday in which they stated that Rosberg "acknowledged his responsibility" and that "suitable disciplinary measures" had been taken. The Briton agreed that the German should have been punished for his actions, but doesn't believe it should have been made public. "In every respect but one I think Mercedes dealt with the incident in the right way," he told the Daily Mail. "If they decided to fine or punish Rosberg they...
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