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'Mercedes comes first in Rosberg-Hamilton duel'

Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton "can drive as they like" - as long as they don't put the Mercedes Formula One team's overall aims at risk, Niki Lauda says. The former Formula One champion, who is the non-executive chairman of Mercedes, told Germany's Bild am Sonntag newspaper the two drivers had to subordinate their own interests to the team's. Both drivers "are equally important to me because I understand them both, that they want to win races and become world champion, but they shouldn't endanger the overall project," Lauda said in an interview with the weekly. Mercedes team leaders Toto Wolff and Paddy Lowe had met with the drivers Friday at their English...
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