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Max: Merc wrong to publicly blame Rosberg

Former FIA president Max Mosley believes Mercedes were wrong to publicly reveal that they have punished Nico Rosberg for the Spa incident. Rosberg made contract with Lewis Hamilton's left rear on lap two of the Belgian Grand Prix as he was trying to regain P1, but Hamilton ended up with a puncture and damage to the floor of his car and it eventually forced him out of the race. Following accusations and counter-accusations between the two team-mates, Mercedes bosses Paddy Lowe and Toto Wolff held a meeting with the pair at Brackley on Friday. The team issues a statement afterwards revealing that "Nico acknowledged his responsibility for the contact that occurred on lap two of the...
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