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Mercedes told George Russell ‘was right' in Lewis Hamilton dispute

Mercedes' decision to issue team orders instructing George Russell to allow Lewis Hamilton to pass him in the closing laps of the race has ignited a spirited debate among Sky TV commentators.  Russell, despite expressing his disagreement via team radio, complied with the order, setting the stage for a contentious post-race analysis. As the race reached its climax at Suzuka, with only four laps remaining, Russell was directed by his team to yield to his illustrious teammate, Lewis Hamilton.  The move, which altered the race dynamics, was met with skepticism by the commentators, who questioned the wisdom of Mercedes' decision. Want to work in Formula 1? Browse the latest F1 job...
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