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Hamilton determined to claw back points

Nico Rosberg was booed in Belgium after a collision with Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton but the Formula One leader will raise a cheer from Ferrari fans if he does it again at Monza on Sunday. The chances of that happening at the 'Pista Magica', the venerable cathedral of Italian motorsport set in a former royal park near Milan, look even less likely than Ferrari winning, however. Mercedes said last week, after a meeting with both drivers, that both understood the team's No 1 rule that there must be no contact between them on the track and another incident would not be tolerated. Hamilton, who tweeted on Tuesday that his aim was "to claw back" the lead from Rosberg after...
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