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Mercedes duo 'headline' Thursday press conference

The Monza weekend will get off to a thrilling start as warring Mercedes duo attend Thursday's official press conference.Just two weeks after the highly controversial incident at Spa which saw the relationship between Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg hit rock bottom, the two have been picked for the press conference that gets the weekend underway.It is some time since both drivers attended a Thursday press conference and in light of all that has happened since the collision on the second lap of the Belgian Grand Prix the media is sure to keep the controversy going.Last Friday, the team, following a meeting with the drivers, Toto Wolff and Paddy Lowe, revealed that the German...
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