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Monaco Grand Prix - Post-race press conference - Pt.2

Drivers: Nico Rosberg (Mercedes), Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) and Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull Racing). Questions from the floor Q: (Paolo Ianieri – La Gazzetta dello sport). A question for Nico and Lewis. We have seen that there is a pretty tense situation between the two of you and we also heard comments from Lauda saying you did not want to talk and apologise. Are you going to have a pizza together, a dinner, to sort the problems, talk about it and try to get the situation back to normal. Nico Rosberg: It's fine. We've had discussions and the benefit we have is that we've known each other for so long. We always sit down and discuss it and then move on and that's what we're doing this...
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