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Lowe: Team orders a terrible thing

Despite his obvious concern during yesterday's Bahrain Grand Prix, Paddy Lowe says that team orders would be against the spirit of F1Perhaps recalling some of the more controversial partnerships over the years, Lowe, whose Mercedes team this season could well enjoy the sort of dominance seen in 1988 when McLaren drivers Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna won all but one race, took to the team radio to warn his drivers shortly before the end of the Safety Car period yesterday.Speaking slowly and clearly he told race leader Lewis Hamilton and then teammate Nico Rosberg: 'There are ten laps remaining, let's bring both cars home.'Whilst some suggested that he was essentially telling the pair not to...
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